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  • Pocket-size food scanner

    According to a study by the environmental organization WWF Germany, ten million metric tons of food are thrown in the garbage every year in Germany despite still being edible. A mobile food scanner will allow consumers and supermarket operators in the future to test whether food items have gone bad. more

  • More than just a good flavor

    Not only do citric acid and spicy 6-gingerol from ginger add special flavors to food and beverages; both substances also stimulate the molecular defenses in human saliva. That is the result of a human clinical trial by a team from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Leibniz-Institute fo more

  • From exposomics to phytotoxins: Safe foodstuffs in the focus of analytica 2018

    What substances occurring naturally in foodstuffs jeopardize our health? How do pollutants affect our genetic material? Is baking paper a cause for concern? Such questions from the food sciences will be in the focus of the leading trade fair analytica and the accompanying analytica conference, takin more

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How to Fry a Thanksgiving Turkey (Without Burning Your House Down) instructions

Thanksgiving's just around the corner and some of you out there are probably thinking about taking your Turkey game to the next level. But before you whip out that deep fryer, you're going to want to watch this video. Today we're bringing you the do's and don'ts of turkey frying, all the better ... more

Why Does Food Make Your Mouth Water?

You’re sitting in your favorite restaurant when a waiter walks by with a hot plate of your favorite food, and your mouth starts to water. But why? What causes drooling in the first place, and why do we only sometimes salivate? 2015 ACS Chemistry Champions contest winner Hadi Fares explains the c ... more

How to Cookie with Science

Chocolate chip cookies are nearly universally adored. People like them in all sorts of textures, sizes and tastes. So how can you make your perfect cookie? Using science, of course. more

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White papers Food

  • Quality control of colorimetrically stained gels and blots

    In the pharmaceutical and food industry, using a scanner-based system is more recommended than using a camera-based system for the acquisition, documentation and analysis of colorimetrically stained gels, blots and TLC samples. The combination of a s more

  • New developments in bulk logistics

    Trans Ocean flexitanks are designed to transform a standard 20’ ISO container into a non hazardous bulk liquid transport system, which is specifically for one-trip use. The flexitank products are manufactured by Trans Ocean in China, South Africa and more

  • Direct Transfer of Recorded Data to a Quality Assurance System (LIMS)

    Direct Transfer of Recorded Data to a Quality Assurance System (LIMS): a leading international group in the food industry, was looking to replace its obsolete and error-prone manual data logging procedure by automatically transmitting data generated more

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The Chemistry of Turmeric

If you’ve ever made a curry, you’ve likely used turmeric – you may even have some in your kitchen right now. It’s probably not the first thing that comes to mind when you think about doing chemistry, but there are actually some pretty neat chemistry tricks you can do with it! In this post, we take a more

The Versatility of Glycerol

Look on the ingredients label of many different cosmetic or personal care products, and glycerol (often also called glycerin or glycerine) is commonly present. It’s also found in a variety of food products, as well as in some pharmaceutical products, so what’s the reason for its inclusion? Glycerol more

Acids, Alkalis, and the pH Scale

The pH scale is something we’re all familiar with; most people will remember it from school chemistry lessons. It’s the scale used to rank how strong an acid (or alkali) a solution is. The colours associated with each number correspond to the colour that universal indicator turns in solutions of tha more

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  • Authentic food

    Authentic food is growing in popularity with consumers. In a heavily industrialized market, a regional, single-source and/or specially manufactured product is increasingly becoming a guarantor of greater value. In the premium segment in particular, economically motivated “food fraud” can reap huge profits. more

Authors Food

  • Erik Becker

    is a certified food chemist (degree in Bonn, practical year in Münster). Since 2002, he has been working at the Institut Kirchhoff GmbH with emphasis on the following points: Management of chemical analysis tests (2002 – 2007), Technical manager of the testing laboratory (2007 – 2009), Laboratory ma more

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Famine food

Famine food A famine food or poverty food is any inexpensive or readily-available foodstuff used to nourish people in times of extreme poverty or starvation , as during a war or famine . Quite often, the food is thereafter strongly associated ... more

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