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  • Favorite Products of 2006

    The editors, contributing writers, Editorial Advisory Board and readers of Food Processing collectively picked eight top product of the past year: Dannon Activia, PepsiCo's Diet Pepsi Jazz, Kool Freeze's Kulfi bars, Birds Eye Foods Steamfresh, Campbell V8 V-Fusion, Wish-Bone Salad Spritzers, Nspired Natural Foods - O’Cocos cocoa crisps, and Kellogg Co.'s Special K Protein Meal and Snack Bars and Special K20 Protein Waters.

    Diane Toops, David Feder and Dave Fusaro
  • The Future Impact of Nanoingredients

    Nanoingredients will have a profound impact on raw material sourcing for food processing and will radically change how foods affect our physiology.

    Kantha Shelke, Ingredients Editor
  • Nanotechnology in Processing and Packaging

    Nanotechnology’s promises may be fulfilled earlier in the processing and packaging areas than in the ingredient realm, with improved filtration, new structural materials and sensors that detect pathogens.

    Mike Pehanich, Plant Operations Editor
  • Pom Wonderful's Pomegranate Tea

    The pomegranate people mix their bitter but popular juice with black tea for a hybrid that tasters found to be Wonderful.

    Hollis Ashman and Jacqueline Beckley, Consumer Understanding Editors
  • November 2006 New Food Rollout

    This month's best new food products include fruit parafaits from Dole Food Co. Inc; Roasted Vegetable Ritz from Kraft Foods; Crunchy Nut Sweet and Salty Granola Bars from Kellogg Co.; Hershey's Cacoa Reserve; Betty Crocker Seasoned Skillets from General Mills and Ball Park Top It!'s from Sara Lee Food and Beverage.

  • Fast and Easy is the Packaging Imperative

    At home and on the go, fast and easy is the packaging imperative. New innovations provide single-serve solutions for products ranging from vegetables to wine.

    Kate Bertrand Connolly, Packaging Editor
  • Kosher Foodservice Grows Rapidly

    Kosher also is growing rapidly in the foodservice sector, but the formulation and handling restrictions are just as considerable as they are for packaged foods.

    David Feder, R.D., Editor
  • Regulating Food Nanotechnology

    In addition to questions about how FDA will address food nanotechnology is the question of consumer acceptance. Hopefully, we will not see a repeat of the war against genetically modified foods.

    David Joy, Contributing Editor
  • A New Path for David Neuman

    Motivation and marketing expertise lead to winning track record for Miami-based Lucini Italia, a maker of award-winning extra virgin olive oil, single estate vinegars and hand made tomato sauces. Food Processing caught up with David Neuman, president, and asked for a taste of his plans to increase brand awareness.

    Diane Toops, News and Trends Editor
  • 2006 Top 100: Corporate Profiles 51-100

    The 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.

  • Glycemic Index is Just Wrong

    The American Assn. of Cereal Chemists International's needs to take a stand regarding its set of definitions for glycemic index, according to David Feder, editor of Wellness Foods.

    David Feder, R.D., Editor
  • New Breed of Weight-Loss Foods

    America's obsession with its waistline has made the food industry pay closer attention to a new breed of diet- and weight-friendly foods.

    Kantha Shelke, Ph.D.
  • Trace Minerals

    Minerals are categorized by how much the human body requires – 100 mg per day or more of an element and it’s considered a major mineral. Less than that, the element is referred to as a trace mineral.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
  • Children Have Different Dietary Requirements than Adults

    The overwhelming attention paid to the childhood obesity crisis these days is laudable. Unfortunately, some approaches are forgetting a key factor: Children are not miniature adults. For some processors, this means it's back-to-school time.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
  • Tracking Consumer Purchase Behavior on Health and Wellness Products

    ACNielsen US, Schaumburg, Ill., for the first time has tracked consumer purchase behavior on health and wellness products (as identified by label claims) across all categories. The results are an important tool for trend watchers, marketers and product developers.

  • 2nd Annual Wisconsin Potato Taste Tour Features Variety

    Ask the chefs attending the 2nd Annual Wisconsin Potato Taste Tour what surprised them the most about the tour, and the answer was unanimous: the number of specialty varieties Wisconsin potato farmers grow, and the research being done on those varieties.

  • Options Grow for Gluten Intolerant

    As the number of people diagnosed with celiac disease has risen dramatically in the United States to an estimated one in 120 people, so have the variety and availability of products that make cooking or eating gluten free anything but medicinal.

    MaryEllen Fillo, The Hartford Courant
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