Every year, the team at Food Processing takes a look at what articles did really well on our website. Some articles don't surprise us, while others leave us satisfyingly content that we delivered such popular information.
On July 1, 2013 your online-reading life may feel a little jolt. That is the day that Google plans to retire its Google Reader app. If you're anything like me, this is the digital equivalent to having your pacifier taken away as a toddler.
Mintel research reveals 51% of all adult consumers favor milk chocolate while 35% favor dark chocolate and 8% prefering white chocolate. This is in contrast to Mintel's 2011 report, which found that 57% of consumers favored milk chocolate and 33% of consumers preferred dark chocolate.
My doctor was fairly specific: "Reduce your calories and try to stay away from the 'bad stuff.'" While wondering if my doctor understands what I do for a living, I also contemplated what defined 'bad' and proceeded to plan my Snack and Candy Expo experience accordingly.
Food Processing reader, and self-processed 'Ramen Rater' Hans Lienesch recently visited the Wheat Marketing Center in Portland, Ore. to find out the production process – from ingredients to finished product – for the globally popular instant noodle.
Perrier, the sparkling water company, has taken digital marketing to another level with its new online fantasy world. Perriersecretplace.com entices visitors to enter the space and participate as though they were members of the elusive party taking place in this secret world.
The comedy team of Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are bringing internships to a whole new level with the summer movie, "The Internship." In the movie, which opens June 7, Vaughn and Wilson talk their way into an internship at Google.