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Food testing processes that once took days are now completed to international standards in minutes. In-house food testing labs with high-tech food testing equipment are now an essential part of the food production process. After all, food contamination can result in costly recalls and destroy overnight reputations that took years to develop.

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Assessing HAZOP and Hygiene Design Requirements in Reducing Chemicals and Increasing Assembly Safety With spray driers now being specifically built to manufacturer higher yield products such as nutritional and specialty powders, many process and quality professionals are looking at “how can we assemble, operate and increase cleanability of nozzles, meet our stringent audit, HACCP and HAZOP risk identifiers, but still operate a complex atomising nozzle, that has threads, high-pressure o-rings etc. Continue →
Testing A team of world class science and engineering minds are deciding whether open ocean shellfish farming in Nelson is a viable option, with any successful project promising to significantly increase New Zealand’s shellfish production and exports by up to $300 million a year.
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A team of world class science and engineering minds are deciding whether open ocean shellfish farming in Nelson is a viable option, with any successful project promising to significantly increase New Zealand’s shellfish production and exports by up to $300 million a year. Continue →
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A new sensor that can detect the potentially deadly E.coli bacteria in 15-20 minutes – much faster than traditional lab tests – has been developed by Canadian and Indian researchers in the wake of the deadly 2011 outbreak that sickened thousands in Germany and killed more than 50. Continue →
Testing Industrialisation has left much of the urban environment contaminated with a variety of heavy metals, chemicals and pesticide residue
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Industrialisation has left much of the urban environment contaminated with a variety of heavy metals, chemicals and pesticide residue Industrialisation has left much of the urban environment contaminated with a variety of heavy metals, chemicals and pesticide residue. Continue →
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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 →
Testing Plant & Food Research will be leading a new research programme
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Plant & Food Research will be leading a new research programme Plant & Food Research will be leading a new research programme to identify consumer trends in New Zealand’s key export markets in Asia as part of the $10.9 million of research investment announced last month by The National Science Challenge High-Value-Nutrition. Continue →
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