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  • Pests Are a Constant Challenge to Plant Hygiene

    They're not a regular part of plant clean-up chores, but pests are a constant challenge to plant hygiene and obviously are a critical component to keeping any plant truly hygienic.

    Mike Pehanich, Plant Operations Editor
    05/07/2007
  • New Sanitation Technologies

    New and improved means of keeping your plant safe and clean - at lower cost.

    Mike Pehanich, Plant Operations Editor
    05/07/2007
  • Gorton's Potato Crunch Fish Fillets

    Gorton's adds potato chip crunch to fish fillets for a delightful difference.

    Hollis Ashman and Jacqueline Beckley, Consumer Understanding Editors
    05/07/2007
  • Starches from Different Sources

    While the U.S. relies on corn for most of its starch, much of the world relies on the wheat, potato or tapioca starches, each with unique characteristics.

    Frances Katz, Senior Technical Editor
    05/07/2007
  • Careful Application of Kava Could Hit the Big Time

    The South Sea Islands root kava has a long tradition of medicinal and ritual use. Noted for its properties of relaxation, with careful application it could hit the big time.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
    05/01/2007
  • Virginia Food Processing Plants

    The food and beverage industry is Virginia’s largest manufacturing employment sector, with more than 500 food processors employing more than 34,500 Virginians. Since 1995, Virginia’s food processors have solidified their presence by announcing plans of more than $1.9 billion in capital investments and the addition of almost 7,000 new jobs.

    05/01/2007
  • Rollout: May 2007's Best New Products

    This month's new product rollout features bistro flatbreads from Stouffer's; a groundbreaking, sugar-free stick gum from Wrigley; Diet Coke Plus, a sparkling, calorie-free beverage with vitamins and minerals from Coca-Cola; Hershey's Antioxidant Milk Chocolate; a new instant oatmeal that feels like cold cereal from Quaker Oats; Hormel's Natural Choice line of deli meats; and Kellogg's Special K Chocolatey Delight.

    04/25/2007
  • Hide the Fishiness of Omega-3s

    Encapsulation is a means to hide the fishiness of omega-3s and to protect other nutrients from processing and digestion.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
    04/25/2007
  • Proposing an Omega-3 Index

    In a review published in Cardiovascular Research, Clemens von Schacky (Universität München, Munich Germany) and William S. Harris (University of South Dakota) proposed the creation of an omega-3 index as a way of guiding consumers to satisfy optimal omega-3 requirements.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
    04/25/2007
  • Rejuvenating Nostalgic Brands

    When a product is entrenched in the cultural history, revitalizing the brand can be a balancing act between rejuvenation and sacrilege.

    David Feder, Managing Editor
    04/25/2007
  • Boost Glucose Control

    Novartis has taken the Mead Johnson nutritionals line and developed a condition-specific, snack replacement product.

    Hollis Ashman and Jacqueline Beckley, Consumer Understanding Editors
    04/23/2007
  • On the Shelf: April 2007

    April's On the Shelf features a product review of Mr. Krisper's Baked Rice Krisps, and information on Attune Yogurt and Granola Wellness Bars, restaurant-quality salad dressings by Sisters ad Brothers, Inc., Extra Virgin Tea Seed Oil, organic whole grain cake mix by Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods, and Funster's Mashed Potato Letters.

    04/23/2007
  • Focus on Eye Health

    Providing specific nutrition for eye health is becoming increasingly important for an aging population.

    Mark Anthony, Ph.D.
    04/23/2007
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