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We’re Number 1….in Hijacked Product Shipments

Trucks transporting food products have become a favorite target of criminals, a situation unlikely to change unless food companies begin sharing information and collaborating on defense strategies

Foreign Food Firms Find Development-Friendly U.S. States

Growth of foreign food companies on U.S. soil isn't going to be a rare occasion anymore.

Communities Roll Out the Red Carpet for Prospective Food Plants

It’s nice to be king. And if you can’t be king, the next best thing might a food manufacturer scouting locations for a new plant.

A Word to the Food Wise: Don't Say 'Natural!'

While many continue to call on the FDA to define what the label claim "natural" means, litigation, other descriptors and certification programs may be making that fight moot.

IFT Wellness 14: The Food Processor's Dilemma

IFT's 2014 Wellness Conference reminds food processors to keep conveying the message that processed food does not always equal unhealthy.

Hometown Hero, Goose Island Beer, Steps up to bat at Wrigley Field

Aside from a few batting lineup changes, some cities (or rather, their stadiums) are introducing a few new beverage items to their menus.

Coming To A Computer Near You: Don't Miss These Upcoming Technology Webinars

Food Processing is participating in two webinars in April that we think you, our readers, will find extremely educational.

Bacon: It’s Not Just for Breakfast (Or Eating, Either)

Fairy tales, can come true, it can happen to you….provided you first win Olympic gold.

Blue Bunny ice cream maker keeps machinery serving up production at top capacity

Larry Hoing, reliability systems manager at Wells Enterprises, talks about EAM software and how more than 200 maintenance technicians keep more than 10,000 assets for 50+ production lines running as smooth as Blue Bunny’s signature vanilla ice cream.

Where Have All the Food Plants Gone?

Half the U.S. facilities registered with FDA were purged in October 2012. Fortunately, some small, family operations survived the cut.