Tag - Milano

Chemical food contaminants: MOAH and MOSH

Chemical food contaminants are defined as chemical substances not intentionally added to food and feed that may be present in them as a result of various steps in their processing or transportation. Chemical contaminants are: heavy metals; inhibiting substances; residues of previous plant protection products in primary production; chemical migration substances from contact surfaces and packaging materials that are not [...]

Organic, Biologico

Organic certification: the new Regulation will start from January 2022

In recent years, organic farming has aroused great interest in consumers and awareness of the potential benefits of the organic method has grown, especially of an environmental nature. More and more companies are modifying their products, working on their external perception, so as to make them reach the customer as part of a message that speaks of respect for [...]

Radon gas: what it is and how to reduce its risks

Although we hear little about it, radon gas is today, in Italy, the second cause of lung cancer after tobacco smoke. Radon is a natural radioactive gas, colorless and odorless, which comes from the decay of uranium and radium, that is the process by which a radioactive substance is spontaneously transformed into another, emitting radiation. These substances are naturally [...]

Packaged foods: how to increase shelf life

The UNI 10534-2005 standard defines shelf life as the period of time that corresponds, under certain storage conditions, to a tolerable decrease in food quality. It essentially defines the suitability for food use, contextualizing itself in a wider discourse that takes into consideration the chemical-physical, organoleptic, enzymatic and microbiological characteristics of the product. In the degradation process of a food [...]

HACCP: a guarantee for companies and consumers

The concept of food safety is defined by the EC Regulation n. 178/2002 which establishes the general principles and requirements of food legislation, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and sets procedures in the field of food safety. This concept must have as its first objective necessarily the welfare of the consumer, who must receive a healthy product, free from [...]

After the lockdown in Italy there is a boom in Temporary Manager

Sometimes an external figure is needed to accelerate company growth, with a different point of view and that experience and professionalism, capable of guiding the company in its development path in the best possible way. This is why in moments of major corporate crisis, production slowdown or simply when you want to expand your business, conquer new markets or launch [...]