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  • Take the Offensive on Obesity

    Who is more at fault for obesity, the advertising for McDonald's or the unbearable pressure kids feel from school, peers and parents?

    John Stanton, Contributing Editor
  • Pros and Cons of RFID on Packaging

    Here are the critical considerations before implementing this technology ... and some available outside help.

    Judy Rice, Contributing Editor
  • Untapped Variety in Whole Grains

    Dr. Mark Anthony shows us what we're missing in those amber waves of grain when we limit our thinking to wheat, corn, and oats.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D., Technical Editor
  • In Praise of Smoothies

    Wellness Foods Editor David Feder, R.D., tells tales out of school and the merging of smoothies with meal replacement beverages.

    David Feder, R.D., Editor
  • Three Billion Pizzas Sold Annually

    Pizza. Americans can't get enough of it. It's estimated that three billion pizzas are sold annually in the U.S. That's 23 pounds per man, woman and child.

    Diane Toops, News and Trends Editor
  • Regulatory Issues: The FDA agenda for 2005

    It’s not good when FDA’s scientists are demoralized and the agency stands accused of being too friendly with a regulated industry.

    By David Joy, Contributing Editor
  • Healthful flour alternatives

    Modern manufacturing practices are practically built around flour, making it a difficult ingredient to substitute for in the production of low-carb foods.

    Kantha Shelke, Ingredients Editor
  • A Passage to India

    Poised to become the next big ethnic trend in North America, the flavors of India are about to make the big leap from restaurants to your supermarket shelves.

  • Front Burner: An Ionian Experience

    When in Rome, do as the Romans do, the old saying goes. When in Greece -- or a quaint little town in any foreign country -- one's best bet is to tuck into a meal of the finest local fare.

    By David Feder, R.D., Editor
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