FoodDrinkEurope has updated its Acrylamide Toolbox in its 15th edition with new scientific and technological developments. The update of this toolbox is especially timely given the recent entry into force of the Commission Regulation establishing mitigation measures and benchmark levels for the reduction of the presence of acrylamide in food.
The “Toolbox for preventing the transfer of undesired mineral oil hydrocarbons into food” provides an overview of the routes of entry of mineral oil hydrocarbons – both those currently known and thought of as potential routes of entry (as per 2017). Based on this information, every individual company can then review its own processes and devise appropriate product-related measures for the reduction of contamination.
Bringing in new talents and managing an ageing workforce: two sides of the same coin – implementing good practices for a more attractive food and drink industry in Europe
FoodDrinkEurope has published five revised pamphlets setting out the latest tools to help Europes food and drink sectors mitigate Acrylamide formation in certain food products.