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IoT dose for healthcare

India’s is going to see the rollout of the world’s biggest IOT network. It is going to be formed by several smaller networks coming together, including those that connect healthcare institutions. Both, the patient and the institution, benefit from an IOT ecosystem. These are interesting times for healthcare outfits in India. The Internet of Things [...]

By | October 13th, 2017|IoT|0 Comments

Samsung Electronics to launch smart building IoT system

Samsung Electronics Co. will launch an Internet of Things system that can incorporate artificial intelligence into the management of buildings, industry sources said Monday. Business insiders said the South Korean tech giant will unveil its smart building the system at its headquarters in southern Seoul on Oct. 18. The so-called b.IoT can be used to [...]

By | October 13th, 2017|IoT|0 Comments

New advice on eating runny eggs

The Food Standards Agency has today announced a change to its advice about eating eggs - infants, children, pregnant women and elderly people can now safely eat raw or lightly cooked eggs that are produced under the British Lion Code of Practice. The revised advice, based on the latest scientific evidence, means that people vulnerable [...]

By | October 13th, 2017|Compliance, Food Safety News|0 Comments

4 ways IOT is supporting the food industry

A sensor, internet connection and the ability to communicate: These are the three ingredients that make up the Internet of Things technology. IOT is gaining rapid steam, with companies such as global communication giants, Ericsson and Cisco, making projections of as many of 50 billion devices connected by IOT by 2020. While estimations vary to [...]

By | September 21st, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Breakthrough Technologies Enable Food Safety in the Dairy Industry

LONDON, Aug. 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The dairy industry is intrinsically complex and multifunctional with consumer demand and current market conditions prompting the reshaping of the industry to deliver improved product quality, stability and safety to customers, while reducing energy and costs. Simultaneously, the advent of novel technologies in the fields of life science development, advanced material [...]

By | September 15th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Force food outlets to display hygiene ratings in England, LGA says

All food premises in England should be forced to display “scores on the doors” ratings following Brexit to improve hygiene standards, councils have said. The Local Government Association said EU laws regulating food safety should be kept after Britain leaves the bloc, but has called on the government to use the opportunity to strengthen them [...]

By | September 9th, 2017|Food Hygiene Rating, Food Safety News|0 Comments

Mouldy meat pies, ‘smelly’ ham sandwiches

Mouldy meat pies, 'smelly' ham sandwiches and dead bugs inside chocolate: Bakery faces huge fines over disgusting food safety breaches Jam and Sugar (JAS) Bakehouse owners fined $22,680 for 32 Food Act breaches Mouldy pies, sandwiches, cheesecakes, and tuna found on premises Food scraps built up on baking trays and there was a dead insect in [...]

By | September 6th, 2017|Food Safety News|0 Comments

Onecom and Vodafone team up to bring IoT to businesses

Five-year deal will see the two develop, launch and manage IoT services for UK organisations. Onecom and Vodafone have signed a five-year deal aimed at expanding the choice of IoT services available to UK businesses. According to Onecom’s press release, the two companies will jointly ‘develop, launch and manage’ a range of tools going forward. [...]

By | September 3rd, 2017|IoT|0 Comments

‘You don’t score a zero for paperwork’: Hull expert takes down food hygiene myths

Hull council's Paul Turner talks with us about his work across the city The public are arguably as food hygiene conscious as they’ve ever been and a council officer wants to address some of the myths about the ratings system. You’ll often see ratings stickers outside restaurants, takeaways and other eateries telling you a premise’s [...]

By | September 1st, 2017|Enforcement / Legislation|0 Comments

BBQ this weekend? Then you need to know these safety tips to avoid food poisoning

When will the sausages be ready? What temperature should I keep my food at? Here are some answers Teessiders will be reaching for their barbecue this weekend - but are warned to be careful. A new survey by the Food Standards Agency has revealed a gap in food hygiene knowledge - with almost half of those asked [...]

By | August 28th, 2017|Food Safety News|0 Comments