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BST Detectables

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Sky Business Park, Robin Hood Airport
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Most recent articles relating to BST Detectables;

Picking-up on foreign body contaminants

Freaks of Nature launched its plant based desserts, which are all free from eggs, dairy, gluten and soya, with Tesco in April 2017. To ensure that the products leaving the facility would be fit and safe to consume, and to help as the company worked towards BRC approval, David Ditch, technical manager at Freaks of Nature, set about implementing food safety procedures. FULL STORY...

Detectable product considerations

A newly released whitepaper discusses considerations before the introduction of detectable products and materials into the food production environment. Food Processing reports on the highlights. FULL STORY...

Detectable plastics: busting some myths

Will Anderson highlights some of the most common, incorrect assumptions about the use of detectable products. FULL STORY...

Developing food grade detectable ID tags for ready meal producer

Will Anderson explains how BST Detectable worked with a customer to create a customised metal detectable tagging solution. FULL STORY...

Plastics – the Achilles heel of X-ray inspection?

Over the last five years X-ray inspection systems in food processing have grown in popularity as their capabilities improve and their prices become more affordable.  However, Will Anderson, head of product development & marketing at BST Detectable Products, points that, because X-ray inspection is all about comparative density, detecting small plastic contaminants of low density can pose problems. FULL STORY...


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