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  • New Places to Look for Energy Savings

    Lowering pressures, plugging air leaks and updating your motors can have a huge impact on your plant’s energy efficiency.

    Mike Pehanich, Plant Operations Editor
    01/09/2007
  • Flavor trends for 2007

    Will acai be the next pomegranate? Is it time to develop Argentine frozen dinners? Will dark chocolate work on pizza? Here are our predictions for the flavors and ingredients that will be hot this year.

    Frances Katz, Senior Technical Editor
    01/09/2007
  • Contribute to the Food and Beverage Survey

    Help us and Grant Thornton determine the most pressing food industry issues for the new year and the overall health of the industry. If you like, we'll send you a free custom benchmarking report comparing your company's results to your peers and the overall industry findings.

    01/08/2007
  • Rollout: January 2007's Best New Products

    January's best new food products include Breyers organic ice cream; Anheuser-Busch's new energy drink; spiced shredded cheese from Borden; new spice blends from McCormick; wines from Little Black Dress; and gourmet coffees from Folgers.

    01/04/2007
  • 2006 Reader's Choice Awards

    Please fill out the Readers' Choice Awards ballot you should have gotten via e-mail on Nov. 20 or 30 - it might be worth $100. If you're a food processor (only) and didn't get one or misplaced it, send an e-mail requesting a ballot to Dave Fusaro at dfusaro@putman.net.

    12/15/2006
  • Food Manufacturers Take Strides for Health

    PepsiCo, Kraft, and others are making strides in reducing trans fats and producing healthier foods to meet consumer demand.

    Jeannine DeFoe, Bloomberg Businessweek
    12/14/2006
  • Wellness Food Trends for 2007

    We consulted the top experts in consumer and producer research to bring you the latest on the ingredient and product trends that affect your industry. Whether the latest hot antioxidants or the focus on healthy oils and proteins, the "in" ingredients will help attract consumers to better health.

    12/07/2006
  • Vitamin C's Comeback

    Nobel Prize-winning chemist Linus Pauling started a vitamin C revolution, promoting it as a panacea for cancer, heart disease and just about anything that ailed you. Then he died. OK, he was 93, but vitamin C's star quickly faded. Suddenly it's on the brink of a comeback.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
    12/07/2006
  • Kosherfest 2006 New Products Competition Winners

    Kosherfest 2006 New Products Competition winners were announced last month in New York City. Winners in 15 categories of global new kosher products, as selected by industry colleagues, were presented at the annual conference Nov. 14-15.

    12/06/2006
  • Keebler Acquisition Stretched and Tested Kellogg

    The Keebler acquisition stretched and tested Kellogg and made it the company it is today, according to Dave Fusaro's monthly column in Food Processing.

    Dave Fusaro, Editor in Chief
    12/01/2006
  • Trendlets Can Take You Places

    Trends you can take to the bank; trendlets can take you somewhere, according to Diane Toops in her monthly column in Food Processing.

    Diane Toops, News and Trends Editor
    12/01/2006
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