November 30th 2017
European researchers carried out final tests on an innovative technique to lengthen shelf life of food
November 28th 2017
Three projects on novel food processing took the stage at the international conference of the European Federation of Food Science and Technology (EFFoST) to present their findings
November 27th 2017
During the workshop of the HIPSTER project in Pamplona on November 17th 2017, the consortium presented their results to a specialist audience.
November 17th 2017
Participants will get an overview of the results of the HIPSTER project, looking at food safety and food quality of HPT treated food, and the legal and technological challenges.
November 15th 2017
This conference focuses on Food Science and Technology Challenges for the 21st Century.
November 7th 2017
David Millan from CNTA will participate in the conference of the Institute for Thermal Processing Specialities IFTPS and report on the results of the impact of HPT in food quality.
October 13th 2017
TOP bv and Marfo have organised a seminar in Wageningen (NL) to inform the industry of the new sterilization possibilities that were studied within the HIPSTER project.
May 25th 2017
Can a novel technique, which combines high pressure with temperature, be the ace in the hole of the food industry to tackle bacteria, reduce the energy required for food processing and improve quality as well?
March 13th 2017
Combining high pressure and temperature for food processing could produce high quality products that stay fresh for weeks. But can it safely tackle deadly food borne illnesses such as botulism?
May 24th 2016
Highly resistant fresh food, preserved for months at the room temperature, may look as a picture cut from a science fiction scenario. However, this goal could be achieved, as the results of the ongoing studies are encouraging
April 25th 2016
Meet us at the Alimentara (25th - 28th April 2016) in Barcelona
February 24th 2016
Global fight against food poisoning and the requirement for high quality products push European scientists into developing new technologies in food processing
November 11th 2015
Researchers are investigating how to improve a century old technology of processing food. Could this method result in safer food products with better characteristics and an extended shelf life?
June 30th 2015
Today, the website www.hipster-project.eu has gone officially online. In this news section, we will publish the latest developments of the HIPSTER project and other related news to innovative food processing technologies.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 635643