Well Noted: A Wellness New Year
Editor David Feders shamelessly subjective ramblings on some of the good, the bad and the weird of last years wellness products and stories. Plus: Changes to the magazine for 2007.
Well Noted: 2007 Annual Meat Conference
The 2007 Annual Meat Conference, sponsored by the American Meat Institute and the Food Marketing Institute includes new session on kosher- and halal-certification megatrends.
Web Seminar: Coalition Against Counterfeiting and Piracy
The Coalition Against Counterfeiting and Piracy, associated with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, offers a web-based seminar featuring speakers from Bendix Commercial Vehicles, Ernst & Young and the National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center.
We Need You To Help Choose 2007 Processor of the Year
We'd like your opinions for two big end-of-year projects. First, who should be our Processor of the Year -- a food or beverage company thats having a great 2007? The criteria are on our polling form. And what were the best new food products of the year? Suggest your favorites on the same form.
Vitamin D Cuts Colon Cancer Death Risk
People with higher vitamin D levels are less likely to die of colorectal cancer, researchers said, but the vitamin does not appear to affect the chances of dying from any other type of cancer.
Virginia Food Processing Plants
The food and beverage industry is Virginias largest manufacturing employment sector, with more than 500 food processors employing more than 34,500 Virginians. Since 1995, Virginias food processors have solidified their presence
by announcing plans of more than $1.9 billion in capital investments and the addition of almost 7,000 new jobs.
Use Motor Management to Cut the Costs of Your Fleet
Sure, the less expensive motor saves money in the short run and keeps you in good graces with the folks in accounting. But, its better to know what a motor actually costs during its 20-year or 30-year lifetime. Do you?
Undying Myths about Grains and Carbohydrates
Although Atkins diet is off the radar screen, we still find a high percentage of people who say they are "counting their carbs," as if carbs are a bad food to be limited. Nothing could be farther than the truth.