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  • Dock Equipment Raises the Bar for Food Safety

    With food manufacturers focusing more on prevention than reaction when it comes to food safety, supply chain managers are looking carefully at the products they utilize everyday for their loading dock operations.

    Josh Brown, Contributor
  • Do They Want Healthier Food or Not?

    In his monthly column, Editor's Plate, Dave Fusaro sounds off: Cheerios may have gone too far, but a ‘new’ FDA should focus on safety and health.

    Dave Fusaro, Editor-in-Chief
  • Diversified Power Portfolios

    Food companies aren't immune from price elasticity for energy, but they can seize new energy opportunities to better control cost and availability.

    Kevin T. Higgins, Managing Editor
  • Digestive Health’s New Phase

    The more we understand and encourage healthy g.i. tract balance, the better we’re able to protect ourselves from disease.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
  • Diet and Cancer

    Over the past 50 years, deaths from heart disease, stroke and infectious diseases have decreased significantly, but the same cannot be said of cancer.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
  • Developing Foods for Millennials

    Millennials value freshness, authenticity, daring flavors and atypical eating occasions (like snacking). Food & beverage developers can capitalize on the food buying behaviors, influences, nutritional concerns and vast eating potential of this age group.

    Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor
  • Detecting Foreign Matter

    Advances in detection technologies are helping to make the food supply safer than ever. Plus, these machines can do other things, as well.

    Mike Pehanich, Plant Operations Editor
  • Desserts Are Inspiring Ice Creams

    As if ice cream weren’t enough of a treat, cake varieties and other baked goods are doubling up the dessert factor.

    Deborah Cassell, Contributing Editor, and Dave Fusaro, Editor in Chief
  • Designing Foods for Weight Loss

    The key to success in today's complicated world of health and diet appears to be satiety.

    Frances Katz, Senior Technical Editor
  • Designing Food Safety Into Your Plant

    Don't make food safety an afterthought. Carefully planning the design and materials used in your plant can help insure the safety of your food production.

    Mike Pehanich, Plant Operations Editor
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