100″ Food News 9 – Sensors to detect food spoilage and food frauds reports

The latest 100 Seconds Food News is out. This issue with reports from Bert Popping, Cesare Varallo and Francois Bourdichon.

In the current issue:

– A freshness sensor that cost only 2 cent and in future could innovate the way we intend the expiry date/date of minimum durability 

– Listeria outbreak updates

– Another “horsegate” on the horizon?

– Illegal eel imports in Asia from EU

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