CCFRA

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CCFRACamden & Chorleywood Food Research Association (UK)
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A new guide from CCFRA will help companies ensure their factories are cleaned to the highest possible standard by planning when and how to clean and which cleaning chemicals to use.
Although advice has been available from different sources on individual aspects of cleaning, a new guideline from CCFRA finally brings all of the issues together in one document.
16-19 CONSUMER STUDIES AND MARKET RESEARCH CONFERENCE CCFRA
A new guide from CCFRA will help companies ensure that their heat processed foods receive an adequate thermal process.
A new review from CCFRA (Bioinformatics: a review of current and future applications in the food industry--Review 59) explains what bioinformatics is and its potentially pivotal future role in the food and drink industry.
A new review from CCFRA explains the nature of yeasts and moulds, their significance in food manufacturing environments, and methods of controlling them.
This updated guidance from CCFRA will help meat product manufacturers gain a full understanding of meat content calculations to help them ensure accurate and legal meat content declarations on products in the light of the recent legislative changes regarding what can be included as meat.
A new review from CCFRA explains the nature and measurement of rheology and what it means for real food systems
The second edition of a popular guideline document from CCFRA will help food and drinks companies to harness the benefits offered by industrial microbiological risk assessment.
A new review from CCFRA explains the current situation regarding the use of biodegradable and compostable materials from renewable resources as food packaging.
A new guide from CCFRA will help food and drinks companies understand the difference between microbiological standards, guidelines and specifications, enabling them to set meaningful microbiological criteria.