T E S T I N G IMPROVE YOUR WORKPLACE HYGIENE www.foodtechnology.co.nz 33 Testing for Gluten Study results into what American gluten-free consumers are most interested in testing Working in the F&B industry? We do too, that‘s why we‘ve got all the right approvals! German quality Sensors & Cables, ex. stock NZ. We look forward to working with you! www.ifm.com/nz Phone: 0800 BUY IFM (0800 289 436) WARRANTY years on ifm products ifm_Strip Advert_50x85March 2016 NEW PH.indd 1 29/03/16 8:55 AM FT074 You might not have heard of 5S Idealogy, but it’s been around for years and is a simple system…Sort, Set in Order, Shine, Standardise and Sustain. By implementing a 5S Strategy in your environment as part of a continuous improvement programme, industry can help maximise productivity, minimise cross- contamination and create an efficient work space. There are numerous ways to maintain order in critical areas simply by installing wall brackets to keep cleaning equipment away from the floor and enabling them to dry. In a higher demand location, create fully customised Shadow Boards that give immediate identification of colour-coded areas and stock in use, and also ensures that items are stored securely and correctly. Wells Hygiene can assist with these matters and many more, so please contact them to arrange a site inspection. For more information on (09) 263 9332 or mobile 02 0835 7477. FT057 Food fraud protection Food fraud affects up to 10% of global food supply. Protect your brand by scientifically proving the origin of your products. email@example.com www.oritain.com FT087 food for have been released by San Francisco-based testing company 6Sensor- Labs, which has recently launched Nima, a portable gluten detector. Over the past several years, the company has compiled information collected at gluten-free expos, through inbound emails, surveys and via personal interviews into what consumers need to protect their health, and says its detector will relieve allergy sufferers by testing food in two minutes. About 18 million Americans are gluten-intolerant or suffer Celiac disease, and the new detector is around 97 per cent accurate. 6SensorLabs also plans to launch peanut and dairy detection devices in 2017, with the technology lending itself to the possibility of finding proteins like the ones that identify e.coli.
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