• Categories

  • Archives

Category / Food & Health

An Australian company is pioneering an innovative vending machine which freshly fries chips in a little over two minutes.

Read More

Campylobacteriosis is the most common food borne illness, and more needs to be done to tackle it by professionals in the industry.

Read More

A new cargo shipping system will see temperature controlled environments more easily monitored, lessening the chance of sensitive items spoiling.

Read More

New links between the Europe and the Middle East have shown the crucial need for temperature controlled freight in the pharmaceutical sector.

Read More

Could refrigeration be the key in creating the perfect temperature controlled environment for the effective study of bats.

Read More

A suspected outbreak of salmonella has left a restaurant closed and 80 people suffering from varying levels of food poisoning.

Read More

There have been five cases of children getting sick from unpasteurised milk. This highlights the need to ensure all dairy products are up-to-standard.

Read More

An office Christmas party in the US saw 55 revelers come down with food poisoning. Could a temperature data logger have prevented the outbreak of illness?

Read More

Frozen food is vital to supply both Australians and the world with quality products. So how can the quality of these products be assured?

Read More

According to research, cases of foodborne illnesses have declined 17 per cent. However, Salmonella and Campylobacter have increased over the same time.

Read More

It is important to have sufficient systems in place to monitor both temperature and humidity. So what are the benefits of testo Saveris?

Read More

Testo’s Saveris data monitoring system is capable of recording and documenting in a range of applications including in pharmaceutical and R&D.

Read More

Infertility is a growing problem, not only in Australia, but around the world and testo Saveris is playing a role in ensuring its success.

Read More

A Queensland company has had its fine more than doubled to $20,000 for charges relating to not checking prawn imports from Vietnam.

Read More

It is important to maintain important relationships with Asia, given the current strong position of the Victorian dairy industry.

Read More