February 2014 Issue
Demand for natural ingredients and clean labels spur new red and blue color solutions.
The food and beverage industry’s proactive initiatives lead the way in food safety implementation.
A growing demand for sources of protein offers food processors new product opportunities.
The human brain demands energy at a prodigious rate, so it's natural to consider the effect of nutrition on cognition.
Using GS1 standards and the Global Trade Item Number, a global organization can locate a potentially harmful product in minutes anywhere in the supply chain.
Add some sweet and sassy humor to your February by coming up with a caption to this month's Food Processing cartoon.
Exotic flavors filtered down through the ethnic medley of food-centered culture has opened American palates to flavorful combinations.
With a ban on partially hydrogenated oils looming, bakers that have not yet switched structuring oils need to get on the bus.
As long as most shoppers remain female, it's essential to get more women in marketing and leadership positions.
From weekend warriors to Shaun White-level phenoms, Americans are turning to fitness foods and beverages to enhance their performance.
The food and beverage industry may be more hospitable than others to women executives – who are not shy about getting their way once they reach the top.
Whether or not it’s the work of Indra Nooyi, PepsiCo’s generosity shows a heart and soul we all should emulate.
Biological, chemical and foreign material contamination have been the focus of food safety, but FSMA adds another source to the equation: deliberate human actions.
A food illness outbreak may not shut down a plant, but woe to the processor who fails to maintain a rigorous pest control program.
A reader wants to know: What are the most important considerations when selecting computerized maintenance management system?
A reader is curious about vendor managed inventory in maintenance, and what guidelines to help determine which parts should be considered.
Food manufacturers take a bite from the Valentine's playbook by adding decadent chocolate to the mix.
Processors favor new label technologies to keep products moving, in the plant and off the shelf.
Price and performance of refrigerants is giving food processors reason to re-evaluate their existing systems and consider new refrigeration options.