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FT1004: Rapid Analytical Methods for Raw Produce Quality & Safety Attributes (FQS12)
Description - Time Scale & Cost
From 2001 To 2004, Cost £356,446
Field of Study:   Resource Efficient and Resilient Food Chain
Theme:   Food Quality and Safety LINK Programme
Keywords:  
Food and Drink, Food Hygiene, Food manufacturing industry, Food Quality, Food Safety, Pesticide Residues, Process Technology, Biotechnology
 
 
FT1023: Rapid Analytical Systems for Raw Produce Quality and Safety Attributes: Phase 2 Mycotoxins (FQS61)
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2004 To 2006, Cost £365,000
Field of Study:   Resource Efficient and Resilient Food Chain
Theme:   Food Quality and Safety LINK Programme
Keywords:  
Food and Drink, Food Chain, Food Industry Sustainability Strategy, Food Ingredients, Food manufacturing industry, Food Quality, Food Safety, Nutrition
 
 
HL0164LFV: Defining quality assurance for sweet onions with rapid Biosensor analysis
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2003 To 2006, Cost £300,799
Field of Study:   Horticulture
Theme:   Sustainable Supply of Flowers, Fruit and Vegetables
Keywords:  
Crop Improvement, Farming, Horticulture, Onions, Quality, Sustainable Farming and Food, Vegetables
 
 
HL0181: Optimising and validating rapid biosensor analysis for cost effective quality assurance
Description - Project Documents - Time Scale & Cost
From 2007 To 2008, Cost £42,500
Field of Study:   Horticulture
Theme:   Horticulture LINK
Keywords:  
Organic Farming, Sustainable Farming and Food Science, Sustainable Farming Systems
 
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