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InSite Salmonella

Hygiena, Booth 4315 InSite Salmonella is a quick and easy test for the detection of Salmonella species in food processing environments. The test contains a liquid medium formulated with growth enhancers and chromogenic compounds selective for Salmonella species. www.hygiena.com

AllerFlow Gluten

Hygiena, Booth 4315 AllerFlow Gluten is a rapid and convenient test for detection of gluten residue on surfaces as part of an allergen control program. AllerFlow Gluten makes gluten testing easier than ever before. www.hygiena.com

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Emerging Technologies for Dairy Processing

At a session on Tuesday morning titled “Novel and Emerging Technologies for Dairy Foods Processing,” three speakers explored technologies that may enhance dairy processing today and in the future, including nanoencapsulation of bioactives, new colorants for cheese-making, and surface treatment of plate heat exchangers to reduce fouling. Speaker Simon Loveday with the Riddet Institute/Massey University […]

Hod Lipson

3D Printing Offers Customization, Optimization

While 3D printing has been around for nearly 30 years, its popularity has exploded in the last two to three years. “A lot of pieces were missing to make 3D printing work the way it does today,” explained Hod Lipson, director of Cornell University’s Creative Machines Lab, during his Beacon Lecture on Monday evening. Much […]

Advances in Pasteurization and Sterilization

Session 195 June 24; 8:30–10:00 a.m. Room 396 Consumers are increasingly aware of the taste, flavor, color, and nutritional value, as well as safety of the foods they eat. They demand safe foods that are both fresh and natural. Therefore, food processes must be designed to render minimal adverse effects on food quality and nutrition […]

Feeding the Globe By Decreasing Food Waste

Session 101 June 23; 10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Room 295 Feeding the world will become increasingly difficult as various factors such as weather/climate change, storage, and processing/packaging begin to impact consumer food choices and availability. It is estimated that half of the U.S. food supply is spoiled or wasted, and is not used for human consumption. […]

Advances in High Pressure Processing: Case Studies

Session 78 June 23; 8:30–10 a.m. Room 292 Looking for the lowdown on high pressure processing? If so, then this Monday morning session may be for you. High pressure processing (HPP) is a cutting-edge nonthermal technology in which sealed products are subjected to extremely high pressures in order to destroy spoilage microorganisms without affecting product […]

FTIR and NIR Spectroscopy Rapidly Assess the Quality of Foods

Session 076 June 23; 8:30–10:00 a.m. Room 391 Increasing public demand for high quality and safe food, together with the globalization of food production, has resulted in an enormous increase in food standards. In order to satisfy this demand, appropriate analytical tools for food analysis during and after production are required. Desirable features for such […]

Innovative Processing Methods for Food Safety

Session 037 June 22; 1:30–3:00 p.m. Room 396 Achieving safe and high-quality foods is a balancing act of food processing and food preservation. Safe foods are connoted with over-cooked and over-processed, while good quality is usually associated with under-processed or perishable foods. Innovative/novel food processing and preservation technologies aim to ensure food safety while enhancing […]

The Future of Smart Packaging

Session 008 June 22; 10:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. Room 391 Food packaging plays a vital role in preserving food throughout the distribution chain. Packaging exists to make our life easier, contain our food, protect it from the outside environment, for convenience, and also to relay information about its content. The research community and the packaging industry […]

Food Nanotechnology: Fundamentals, Applications, and Regulatory

Session 001 June 22; 7:15–8:15 a.m. Room 391 Nanoscale science, engineering, and technology are rapidly advancing and hold great potential for applications throughout the food system from products to packaging. To fully realize the benefits of nanoscale research in the food industry, it is vital to better understand its applications and to manage the potential […]

ACQUITY QDa Detector

ACQUITY QDa Detector is a mass detector built around the needs of analytical scientists for chromatographic analysis. Robust, reliable and requiring no sample adjustments, it just integrates with your current LC, ACQUITY UPLC, ACQUITY UPC2 and purification systems. Waters Corp., Booth 4812

XBW Boot Scrubber

Meritech’s XBW Continuous Boot Scrubbing System feature: Photoeye Operation, Optional Bi-Directional, Adjustable Sole Depth, Ready Indicator Light, Washing Indicator Light, Emergency Stop, Tool-less Brush Removal, Soap Empty Indicator Light, Soap Empty Audible Alarm, 20-Liter Soap Container. Meritech Inc., Booth 302

ColorFlex EZ Coffee

The easy-to-use ColorFlex EZ Coffee is specifically designed to accurately measure the color of ground roast coffee, including freeze-dried granules and instant coffee powders. This accuracy is achieved by using 45°/0° optical geometry, the only measurement technology proven to measure color the way the human eye sees it. The ColorFlex EZ Coffee has built into […]

PDS-100 Programmable Dispenser

The PDS-100 dispensing system which integrates FMI’s valveless pump technology with precision stepper motor control. Pump heads are integrally mounted to control unit, which includes precision stepper motors, drivers, and electronics, all housed in a rugged anodized aluminum enclosure. Intuitive menu-driven programming uses front panel controls and display. Single and dual pump configurations are available. […]

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