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  • Zero-Tolerance Measures for Food Safety

    No matter what branch of the food and beverage industry you're in, the types of products you manufacture, or the size of your company -- product safety is every producers' first priority. Eliminating food-borne illness and preventing product contamination is a complex, multi-faceted process that requires strict adherence to food safety rules and cooperation from your employees, your suppliers and your customers.

  • Your next target market

    They have billions to spend, visit grocery stores five times a week and consider home cooking a cornerstone of their culture. Question is, how to do you appeal to America's growing Hispanic market?

  • Young Cooks Look for Easy Ways to Wow

    Cooking is an option, not an obligation for 20-Something cooks; but they want to improve their cooking skills.

    Diane Toops, News and Trends Editor
  • You're a What? 'Research Chef' Defined

    In this article from Occupational Outlook Quarterly, chef Anne Albertine of Taco Bell restaurants explains what it means to be a research chef and what's great about her job. Click "Download Now" below to receive your copy in .pdf form.

  • Yogurt Projected to Surpass $67 billion by 2015

    Driven by growing consumer desire for convenient and health promoting products, especially functional foods, the global yogurt market is projected to surpass $67 billion by 2015, reports ScientistLive.

    Food Processing staff
  • Yes, We Have No GMOs

    The battle to label foods containing genetically modified organisms rages on, pitting proponents against those who anticipate an expansion of GMO crops and strategies.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D., Technical Editor
  • WTO Sides with U.S. on GM Crops

    What the World Trade Organization decided on biotech foods in the European Union, and what it means to American producers.

    David Joy, Contributing Editor
  • Working With The Next Generation of Plant Pros

    Whether it's supervisors, technical specialists or front-line workers, attracting, training and retaining younger employees is the name of the game in ensuring today's food plants continue to operate smoothly tomorrow.

    Kevin T. Higgins, Managing Editor
  • Without a trace

    Now that mad cow has arrived in the U.S., USDA is scrambling to implement a nationwide animal tracing program. What the agency has in mind could benefit processors of all kinds.

  • Wireless Food and Beverage Plants on the Horizon

    It could still be a generation away, but wireless networking slowly is evolving in food and beverage, even if it’s relegated to niche applications.

    Kevin T. Higgins, Managing Editor
  • Wire, Cable, and Connectors are Crucial

    As the use of wire and connectors increases with added networking functions and interoperability -- and decreases, as networks simplify -- cabling has become forever crucial in industrial networking applications.

    Jim Montague, executive editor, Control Design, and Jill Russell, managing editor of digital media, Food Processing
  • Will the FDA Kill the Caffeine Buzz?

    If not the agency, then the courts may, as scrutiny of the ingredient ramps up.

    Thomas Segalla and Andrew Scholz, Goldberg Segalla
  • Will ISO 55000 Work for U.S. Food Manufacturing?

    Work-order prioritization occurs in every plant. A new asset-management approach promises to add value and risk assessment to the calculation of what gets done and when.

    Kevin T. Higgins, Managing Editor
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