Dairy Foods

IBM and Cornell University to work together to keep global milk supply safe

Cornell and IBM will create tools that detect anomalies in raw milk that present food safety hazards and possible fraud. Pic: Cornell University

IBM Research and Cornell University have teamed up to help improve the safety of the global milk supply through genetic sequencing and big data analytics research.


EU and China collaborate to combat food fraud

Examples of the recalled products

Agropur recalls milk due to ‘harmful material’ concerns

Food safety recall round-up

Recalls: Histamine, aflatoxin and perchlorate

Fish and chicken were associated with the most outbreaks. Picture: ©iStock/shotsstudio

Fish and chicken associated with most outbreaks

The project will help countries quickly detect fraud and contamination with the help of portable tools, such as this X-ray fluorescence detector. Picture: IAEA

IAEA and FAO go mobile to tackle food fraud

LiquiGlide expands CPG portfolio. Picture: LiquiGlide.

LiquiGlide expands its CPG portfolio in condiments and dairy

Zeulab's e-reader which performs the Eclipse or Explorer microbial test

Misuse of antibiotics constitutes a great burden – Zeulab

Food safety recall round-up

Recalls: 3-MCPD, metal wire and Listeria

Researchers said consuming raw milk and cheese poses a higher safety risk than having pasteurized products. ©iStock/nathaphat

Raw milk and cheese poses ‘significant’ food safety risk – study

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