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REPORTS ON NANOMATERIALS SAYS THEY ARE SAFE

  “Very little is known about the effects of long-term exposure to low doses of these materials and such studies are notoriously difficult,” Nanomaterials currently used in food additives and packaging do not appear to pose a health risk, but an eye will be kept on newer materials in the pipeline, a Trans-Tasman food regulator says. Continue →
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REPORTS ON NANOMATERIALS SAYS THEY ARE SAFE

  “Very little is known about the effects of long-term exposure to low doses of these materials and such studies are notoriously difficult,” Nanomaterials currently used in food additives and packaging do not appear to pose a health risk, but an eye will be kept on newer materials in the pipeline, a Trans-Tasman food regulator says. Continue →


July 2016

In this Issue:                                   

Conference 2016 NZFST Special

Could Raw food Kill

My Say

Sweet truth unravelled – Stephanie Melbourne

Food HQ

New FoodHQ Partnerships ti unlock R&D

Foodtech Packtech 

Show Floor Plan & Exhibitor List

 

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Changes at NZMS Scientific reflect growing business

Katherine Campbell and Sean Downey After eight years as scientific division manager at New Zealand Medical & Scientific, Katherine Campbell is undertaking a new role at Invisible Sentinel in the US as international sales manager and will still be involved tangentially in NZMS Scientific’s growing business in regulatory and quality testing. Continue →
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