The intricate world of the food & beverage industry consists of an almost endless number of processes, plants, mechanisms, routines, tests and operations. While there are common factors that unite them all, the challenges faced by each F&B facility can drastically vary. To read the full press release, please click here: http://www.flowcrete.co.uk/our-news/latest-news/flooring-fit-for-any-food-industry-facility/
"We've improved the consistency with which employees are properly washing their hands - a must in food production facilities." Dr. Gary Hurlock - Vice President, Food Safety & Quality Assurance, Crider Foods
The scale of today’s food industry combined with the strict standards that it has to comply with means that food & beverage businesses have never faced so many challenges and concerns in order to successfully grow, process and sell products. This is exemplified by the requirements placed on each building component, piece of equipment and production process. Every element has to be carefully considered and thought out to ensure that it will facilitate an ultra-hygienic space and that it will be able to retain its functionality in the face of an intensive food and beverage processing environment. And the Read More
Halton invests approximately EUR 1 million in their Béthune factory research and product development facilities and the show kitchen environment that is unique in the world, enabling the company to test their indoor air technology widely and as a part of other professional kitchen technology. The project is a part of the more than EUR 4 million investments into Halton’s operations in France since 2016. Bethune’s renewed facilities will be opened for customers on 31 May 2018. The new professional kitchen environment in the Béthune factory is an example of particularly demanding show kitchen solutions that are becoming increasingly Read More
Sumitomo Chemical host 150 Pest Management Delegates at Seminar for HACCP training and an introduction to HACCP International’s certification scheme day in Bangkok, Thailand.
Sumitomo Chemical, a leading supplier of pest management products, hosted a food safety training session for Pest Control Technicians in Bangkok earlier this month. 150 attendees, representing more than 50 of Thailand’s leading Pest Management Companies attended the event at The Montien Hotel. David Tan Heng-Piu, HACCP International’s Senior Project Manager who is based in Singapore, conducted the food safety training component and introduced the audience to HACCP International’s new best practice standard - Pest Management Services for Food Businesses. The one-day event concentrated on the requirements of HACCP based food safety programmes, the prerequisites for Pest Management Companies Read More