With many new technologies emerging on the market it is sometimes challenging to understand product suitability. Many
technologies may have only been tested on selected products and so the full range of applications possible may not have been realised. It is also
important to understand that the process may not be optimal for the current product recipes or processing. Further benefits of these technologies
can be realised if manufacturers adapt their processing or product recipes.
At Campden BRI, our experts can trial the feasibility of new technologies, allowing you to evaluate the impacts on
microbiology and product quality through characterisation methods as well as sensory testing. We can support you with our knowledge on the
technologies to allow you to understand how you can exploit the new technologies for new product development (NPD) opportunities. For example,
reducing salt can enhance the inactivation of
high pressure processing (HPP)
for some products, allowing opportunities to adjust recipes.
With a vast array of other technologies on site in our process halls, it is also possible to benchmark new technology
processes against one another or more traditional processing methods.
After finishing his PhD in cold plasma technology Danny joined Campden BRI where he has been in various new technology roles since 2012. Danny's main research interests have been in the field of emerging processing and preservation technologies for the food industry.
The Campden BRI group companies listed below are both accredited in accordance with the recognised International Standard
ISO17025:2017 by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS). The accreditation demonstrates technical competence for a defined scope of methods,
specific to each site, as detailed in the schedules of accreditation bearing the testing laboratory number.
The schedules may be revised from time to time and reissued by UKAS. The most recent issue of the schedules
are available from the UKAS website www.ukas.com
Campden BRI (Chipping Campden) Limited is a UKAS accredited testing laboratory No. 1079
Campden BRI (Nutfield) is a UKAS accredited testing laboratory No. 1207