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Dr Reg Wilson


Managing Director

Dr Reg Wilson is Managing Director of QIB Extra and is a chemistry graduate of Chelsea College, University of London with a DSc (Chemistry) awarded in 2001. He is also the Deputy Director Science Operations for the Institute of Food Research.

A Chartered Manager and a Chartered Scientist, he has over 25 years research experience in infrared and Raman spectroscopy and other analytical techniques.

He has worked on food authentication, sensing and food measurement and the relationship between plant cell wall structure and mechanical properties of fruits and vegetables.

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Risk Assessment of Botulism from Chilled, VP/MAP (Vacuum Packed/Modified Atmosphere Packed) Fresh Meat held at 3°C to 8°C

26/03/2019

QIB Extra on behalf of Meat Livestock Australia (MLA) and The British Meat Processors Association (BMPA) undertook a project using a risk assessment approach and carried out a challenge test experiment, to establish whether a shelf-life of greater than 10 days can be applied to fresh chilled meat.

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Scientists from the Quadram Institute on the Norwich Research Park have developed a test that differentiates between buffalo and cow’s milk, and between the cheeses made from them. Applying the test to commercial products, they found that many restaurant meals and supermarket pizzas claiming to be buffalo mozzarella are mislabelled, and instead contain mozzarella made wholly or partially from cows’ milk. 

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