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  • The Politics of Obesity

    This year's report on the obesity crisis focuses on what's driving processors in their efforts to make the next generation of food and drink products designed to help weight-management.

    Jennifer LeClaire
  • Consumer Attitudes About Health and Nutrition

    United Soybean Board's 14th annual research study sheds light on U.S. consumer attitudes about health and nutrition issues. Topics include product reformulations to reduce trans fat, paying more for healthier food choices, edible oil usage (including soybean oil) and the health benefits of soyfoods.

  • Advances in Soybean Oil Technology

    Advances in soybean oil technology and processing techniques deliver a variety of trans fat solutions to the food industry. Enhanced trait soybean oils available now -- and those in the research pipeline -- offer improved functionality and additional health benefits. These innovations can help the food industry deliver the better-for-you products consumers demand.

  • 2007 Top 100: Corporate Profiles 1-25

    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.

  • 2007 Top 100: Acquisitions Perk Up

    In 2006, mergers and acquisitions in the food industry increased 7.7 percent, reports the Food Institute, Elmwood Park, N.J.

  • 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 that’s 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.

  • A Closer Look at Ginkgo Biloba

    About a decade and a half ago, ginkgo was the hot new "brain-building" herb, touted as the natural way to pump up our memory and enhance our cognitive abilities.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
  • New Food Rollout for August 2007

    This month's new product rollout features hot deli sandwiches from Oscar Meyer; fizzy yogurt from Yoplait; veggie sides from Knorr; a protein-enhanced sports drink from Cadbury-Schweppes; enhanced OJ from Minute Maid; and microwaveable Indian-based meals.

  • Beverage Processors Switching from HFCS

    Jones Soda Co., the quirky Seattle beverage company known for such unusual flavors as strawberry lime, fufu berry and turkey and gravy, recently and quietly converted its entire line of sodas to cane sugar.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D., Technical Editor
  • HFCS Empty Calories, but Not Evil

    Empty calories, yes, but demon, no; the truth and friction behind high-fructose corn syrup.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D., Technical Editor
  • July 2007 Ingredient Roundup - Gums, Hydrocolloids, and Emulsifiers

    July's Ingredient Round-Up features gums, hydrocolloids and emulsifiers, including all-natural fat replacers, replacement dairy fats, organic inulin and custom emulsifier blends. Read on for the latest formulations from Danisco, Cargill, Cognis, and many more.

  • July 2007 New Food Rollout

    This month's new product rollout features inulin-added cottage cheese from Kraft; new Chinese meals to go from General Mills; Dasani Plus from Coca-Cola; Del Monte's new energy drink Bloom; slow-melting Popsicles; and new Kettle Tortilla Chips.

  • July 2007 Equipment Roundup - Motors and Drives

    July's equipment round-up features motor and drive equipment, including a adjustable speed drives, soft-start motors, motors equipped with internal coders, and aseptic servo modules.

  • Food Safety Issues Change Shopping Behavior

    Food safety issues are changing consumer shopping behavior, according to News and Trends Editor Diane Toops in her monthly installment.

    Diane Toops, News and Trends Editor
  • 2007 Job Satisfaction and Salary Survey Results

    Our first salary survey elicits an overwhelming response. We've digested the results to reveal the facts and figures on money, stress and a good amount of job satisfaction.

    David Feder, Managing Editor
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