December 2013 Issue
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What to do about FDA's tentative determination that partially hydrogenated oils are not safe.
Add your own twist of humor to our new chapter in this holiday carol by writing a light-hearted caption for our December cartoon.
Store brands no longer are just about price; label claims are closing the deal at the point of purchase.
Finding food labeling cases unappetizing, courts are asking the agency to take a stand on 'natural,' GMOs, more.
Oats have drawn considerable attention for their content of the soluble fiber beta-glucan and its ability to trap bile and prevent its reabsorption.
Food and beverage manufacturers look to grains and soy to help boost formulations.
The former grain miller turned branded marketer evolves into what it considers the ideal balance with the acquisition of Ralcorp.
Retail, commercial, some ingredients, and now private label, the product development team is busy and varied.
Despite a dizzying variety of products, ConAgra Foods always has prided itself on manufacturing great food.
'Tis the season for holiday fare in our December line-up of new food and beverage products.
Gears and drives aren't the only friction points in a beverage plant; new dry lubricants are helping bottling manufacturers maintain conveyor functionality.
Premium motors are just one of the upgrades food processors should consider when analyzing their power transmission systems.
The relationship between diet and the immune system is highly complex. Yet there is solid science behind eating the right foods to help support immune function.
Twenty years after I first visited, this is a very different company.
The canning company sets $148 million floor for bankrupt canner.
Shanghai Golden Monkey has sales of $225 million.