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  • Renovate Today to Shorten Downtime Tomorrow

    Thorough planning, modern design tools and an instinct for the unexpected are key ingredients in your recipe for fast and efficient plant renovation and expansion.

    Mike Pehanich, Plant Operations Editor
  • Flexible Packaging Leads the Way

    Retortable, microwaveable pouches and flexible packs that can 'breathe' are leading the way.

    Kate Bertrand Connolly, Packaging Editor
  • Four Ways for Plant Managers to Optimize Asset Reliability

    Many plant managers aren’t aware of the four ways they can help optimize asset reliability to reduce cost, maximize asset utilization and increase plant capacity. It’s about time they became engaged in the reliability process.

    Ricky Smith, CMRP
  • June 2007 Equipment Roundup - Metal Detection

    June's equipment round-up features metal detection equipment, including a fluorescent laser sorter, free-fall detection equipment, vertical detectors, and hygienic separators.

  • Kettle Foods Potato Chip Sampler Packs

    Kettle Foods packs several powerful marketing tools into its sampler packs … and sells chips at $13 per lb.

    Hollis Ashman and Jacqueline Beckley, Consumer Understanding Editors
  • How Are Your Fruits Dried?

    Dried products are a practical way to introduce real fruits into many products, but consider the drying technique.

    Lee Stiffler-Meyer
  • Protected Designation of Origin Explained

    PDO is short for Protected Designation of Origin. It is a European Community certification system designed to protect the names of high-quality foods made according to traditional methods in a defined geographic region.

    Alice Fixx
  • Nutraceutical Ingredients Trends

    Got a minute? Wellness Foods editor David Feder, R.D., will tell you what's on his mind when it comes to nutraceutical ingredients trends and the changes in how trends emerge.

    David Feder, R.D.
  • Saw Palmetto

    As a supplement, extract from the saw palmetto plant (Serenoa repens) has been promoted as a powerful prostate cancer preventative. Research has shown it also may help in the treatment of urinary tract infections. The question is, is it ready to make the jump to foods and beverage applications.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
  • On the Shelf - June/July 2007

    This month's On the Shelf features a product review of Z Sweet All-Natural Sweetner, and information on Dean's probiotic cottage cheese, two additions to Newman's organic line, a line of Simpsons-inspired vitamins, soy milk on the go, natural chicken pot pies and teas in a pouch.

  • 2007 Top 100: Corporate Profiles 26-50

    The 2007 top 100 food and beverage processing companies in the U.S. and Canada are profiled in this annual feature. Find company contact information, major brands, key executives and main product areas.

  • Power of Five Show Goes Out With a Bang

    With many of the biggest food processors missing from this year’s FMI show, the Power of Five team will split up next year. But new products were plentiful.

  • How to Appeal to Kids' Tastes and Parents' Sensibilities

    How do you appeal to kids’ taste buds and parents’ sensibilities? With creative, portable choices that taste great and are packed with nutrition. Learn how you can develop innovative, better-for-you snacks kids and parents will love with ingredients, expertise and market insights.

  • New Food Rollout for June 2007

    This month's new product rollout features new baby foods formulated for time of day feedings from Beech-Nut; heart-healthy OJ from Tropicana; Yoplait's yogurt for kids; grilling seasonings from Weber Grill; ethnic-inspired grilling meats from Niman Ranch; new Orbit mint flavors from Wrigley; and roasted chicken flavors from Tyson.

  • Atkins Put to the Test

    Nutrition is complicated. It's not a bad thing to question the science underlying conventional wisdom.

    David Joy, Contributing Editor
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