Salmonella is a recurrent bacterium in tabloids. Its repeated occurrence made us less sensitive to this outbreaks despite they reveal a level of hygienic practices improper of the modern food industry. Fortunately, High Hydrostatic Pressure (HPP) allows to control possible contaminations of this unpleasant microorganism to guarantee that, even in the event that all measures fail, the consumer will consume safe products. Continue reading
When we go to supermarket, we choose those foods that we like eating and sharing with family and friends based on our preferences, health benefits and/or price and always assume products are safe for consumption (unless you Continue reading
Earlier this month, Listeria fear prompted the recall of 372,000 Pounds of chicken and pork Hot Dogs from Bar-S Foods. Listeria recalls in meat industry, especially in hot dogs are a recurring problem that can be controlled by implanting High Pressure Processing (HPP) as a post-lethality step in the HACCP plan.
2015 has been an intense year for food industry and its actors and, If there was a Food Oscar ceremony, Salmonella would have won the most recurring pathogenic bacteria of the year category. With more than 75 FDA recalls in 2015 and 19 recalls at this stage in 2016, Salmonella is becoming a recurring problem alongside Listeria (at a lesser extent) with the increase of fresh/minimally processed & additive-free products. But, isn´t there any solution to conciliate food safety and quality with customer´s demands? Continue reading
Colton, CA, June 9, 2015 – Lineage Logistics (“Lineage”), a warehousing and logistics company backed by Bay Grove, is installing additional High Pressure Processing (HPP) machines and packaging equipment at its Allentown, PA and Mira Loma, CA locations. The capacity expansion follows an increase in consumer preference for clean labels and demand from companies wanting to protect their brands, preserve product condition and extend product shelf life.
EXPO Milano 2015 is the Universal Exposition held in Milan about food and nutrition. During the EXPO 2015 semester (May 1st 2015 through October 31st 2015), Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore is going to arrange in Cremona (1 hour from Milan) an international program of top-class 3-5 day executive courses on agri-food related topics.
CEEP – Cremona Executive Education Program courses are addressed to entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial associations belonging to the agri-food industry; buyers and traders of food products; experts and managers of public and international institutions; academics, researchers and Ph.D. students; managers of multinational agri-food and green chemistry related firms; etc.
Each course includes a mix of lessons led by experts in an international perspective and field trips throughout the Po food valley, with visits to the most prestigious Italian manufacturing sites.
For full details about CEEP Calendar, please visit: www.cremonafoodvalley.com
In particular, join CEEP course SAF03 Food packaging: innovation, safety and sustainability, as Hiperbaric is a partner of it: http://www.cremonafoodvalley.com/courses/food-safety-saf/course/food-packaging-innovation-safety-and-sustainability.html
For more info, do not hesitate to contact CEEP Staff:
Tel.: ++30 0372 499187
Adds Second Unit to Bolingbrook, the Fifth Overall in Company’s Commitment to Food Safety
WEST LIBERTY, Iowa — Today, West Liberty Foods, L.L.C. announced its plans to install an additional high-pressure processing technology system in their Bolingbrook, Ill. facility.
The Seafood Congress organizers are building and creating new partnerships between seafood professionals and specialists to benefit global seafood trade. This is accomplished through various means throughout the international event– expert panels, debates, workshops and formal presentations.
The Canadian Centre for Fisheries Innovation is becoming one of the most remarkable in the sea fisheries research.
He remarked the importance of making strategic investments to grow and diversify the economy.
Welcome to our window to food safety and High Pressure Processing. We would like this blog to be a meeting point for all people interested in the food industry, its innovation and processing techniques, and healthy nutrition. Continue reading