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Food training course comes to UK and Europe

Campden BRI named as IFT’s UK and European Partner for Certified Food Scientist training

Changes to heavy metals detection

Pharmaceutical heavy metals detection now requires high-technology equipment.

Revolutionary WakeUp® drink granted innovation award at Drinktec 2013

Israeli start-up Inno-Bev Ltd.’s revolutionary WakeUp® drink was awarded the “Best Functional Drink” in its category, during the Beverage Innovation Awards at the annual Drinktec Beverage and Liquid Food Industry expo on 19th September in Munich, Germany.

Food scares prompt analysis advances

Recent food scares are increasing demands on vendors for fast, efficient solutions to identify and deal with potential problems. Sean Ottewell reports

Children who often drink full-fat milk weigh less

Eight-year-old children who drink full-fat milk every day have a lower BMI than those who seldom drink milk. This is not the case for children who often drink medium-fat or low-fat milk.

Is cherry juice a new sports drink?

Drinking cherry juice could help ease a runner's pain. A study showed people who drank tart cherry juice while training for a long distance run reported significantly less pain after exercise than those who did not.

New material will keep packaged food and drink colder for longer

General Applications for Special Materials, is claiming it will change the food and drink packaging industry after developing an insulating material.

Learning centre dedicated to food and drink

Food and drink manufacturers have been catapulted to the forefront of the drive to boost skills and productivity for the whole of the UK, thanks to the success of a bid for major government funding, led by Improve, the sector skills council.

Drink your way to health as the antioxidants in tea cut free radicals

For centuries, people have attributed many favourable benefits to tea. Today, their assumptions are being confirmed as research shows that drinking tea can help prevent certain diseases. This arises from the antioxidants found in tea leaves. Eric Russell reports.

Safety focus for food and drink lab analysis

Health, safety and even religious demands are ensuring that food and drink laboratory analysts need the very latest in detection technologies. Sean Ottewell reports

Energy drink cardiac dangers

People who have high blood pressure or heart disease should avoid consuming energy drinks, according to a recent study.





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