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  • 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
  • Detecting Foreign Matter

    Advances in detection technologies are helping to make the food supply safer than ever. Plus, these machines can do other things, as well.

    Mike Pehanich, Plant Operations Editor
  • Meat Packaging Aims to Please

    New packaging techniques for meat and poultry take consumer desires -- and fears -- seriously.

    Kate Bertrand Connolly, Packaging Editor
  • Attractiveness Vital for Meat Packaging

    Keeping packaged meat looking attractive is essential for retailers because clean, crisp-looking packaging is what their customers prefer.

    Kate Bertrand Connolly, Packaging Editor
  • A Primer on Enzymes

    For those who can't digest lactose, lactase can make short work of the problem. Lactase is an enzyme that splits lactose into its constituent sugars, glucose and galactose.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
  • Tabasco for Any Requirement

    Corporate chef and a steward of the brand, Jason Gronlund heats up palates worldwide with Tabasco.

    Diane Toops, News and Trends Editor
  • WILD Leads the Way in Crossover Trends

    With an array of new flavors, varied ingredients, assorted packages and diverse prices overwhelming the consumers in the food and beverage markets, manufacturers who meet the most needs will gain the most profits.

  • The N.E.X.T. Big Thing - Food and Beverage Trends

    One of the primary challenges food and beverage marketers face is the conceptualization of innovative products. Whether it's the next generation of energy drinks, a new twist on a classic flavor or reinventing the candy bar as a meal replacement, Wild Flavors is always on the lookout for big product ideas and bold innovations. Where do we begin to explain the 2007 trends? How about kicking things off with the industry's most savvy experts-- WILD's N.E.X.T. Team. Here's a taste of the predictions.

  • Zero-Tolerance Measures for Food Safety

    No matter what branch of the food and beverage industry you're in, the types of products you manufacture, or the size of your company -- product safety is every producers' first priority. Eliminating food-borne illness and preventing product contamination is a complex, multi-faceted process that requires strict adherence to food safety rules and cooperation from your employees, your suppliers and your customers.

  • Undying Myths about Grains and Carbohydrates

    Although Atkins diet is off the radar screen, we still find a high percentage of people who say they are "counting their carbs," as if carbs are a bad food to be limited. Nothing could be farther than the truth.

  • Healthy Baking

    Healthy baking is now the rule rather than the exception. In a field as heavy on trends as it is on competition, here’s what baked-goods processors are doing lately to hold onto their slice of the consumer pie.

    Kantha Shelke, Ph.D.
  • July 2007 New Ingredient Profiles

    June/July's nutraceutical ingredient profiles include ribose habanero flavors, a flaxseed-fish oil combination, imitation bacon bits and pycnogenol.

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