December 2008 Issue
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Familiar-looking Smart Choices logo unveiled at ADA meeting.
Whether youre a Democrat or Republican, there are great management lessons you can use to run your company in difficult times.
Wellness may be on consumers minds, but comfort foods are the reward, especially now.
New food products guaranteed to whet the appetite.
December's ingredient round-up focuses on colorants.
Weve assembled a panel of plant operations experts to answer any question you have on plant-floor issues.
Learn more about our newly redesigned website.
CEO emphasizes business as usual, promises a successful exit
If the reorganization plan is approved as presented, it will mean the cancellation of all public stock in the company.
Cargill was selected out of 85 applicants for the three winning slots
Natural Products Expo East grew four percent in attendance to more than 26,000
Ingredient companies are recognizing the role dietitians play in marketing ingredients
Industry executives from dietary supplement, food, cosmeceutical, pharmaceutical and animal nutrition companies gathered on Oct. 22-24 in Las Vegas for Supply Side West.
Kettle Chips turns sustainability into profit
In a year that ends with financial chaos, Hormel remains as solid as at any time in its 117-year-history.
The Food and Drug Administration declares stevia, a natural, zero-calorie sweetener derived from the stevia plant, as safe for use in foods in beverages.
With layoffs and bankruptcy filings hitting even the food industry, Hormel continues its diet of process innovation, nurtured new products and strategic acquisitions.
One of Americas oldest food processing firms continues to keep its eye on tomorrow. Its 26-year-old Austin, Minn., plant may be the largest in the world.
Product development at Hormel means integrating formulation with process innovation, new products with support of hallowed, 70-year-old brands.
By 2020, food companies are expected to be responsible for health and well being.