July 2014 Issue
What are you worth? While we can't answer that, Food Processing’s annual Salary & Job Satisfaction Survey will give you comparisons for food & beverage industry employees in your job classification and your food category. That's the cover story of our July issue, which also has features on outsourcing R&D projects and new methods of cold pasteurization. Plus our regular departments on news, new food products, food safety, commentary, etc.
Labels are often an underutilized method of communicating with consumers. Market expert John Stanton asks: Why not make your labels more powerful.
Whether funding food and beverage innovation, expansion or acquisitions, expert help is essential.
Four processors share their experiences of package lightweighting.
In Pom Wonderful v. Coca-Cola, the court encourages 'policing' of labels by competitors.
Packaging Technology Integrated Solutions' Shane Bertsch shares his view about reducing packaging waste and how that fits into the greater scheme of sustainable packaging.
Contract product development services provide a starting point or the full solution for your next great food product.
Cool off from the summer heat by submitting your caption for our July food funny.
Healthy eats and exotic treats are the focus of our mid-summer new product rollout.
As if ice cream weren’t enough of a treat, cake varieties and other baked goods are doubling up the dessert factor.
Cold pasteurization may be a regulatory non-starter, but kinder, gentler treatments are being commercialized, providing processors alternatives to conventional thermal treatments.
Bakery automation can carry a hefty price tag; the likelihood of realizing a return on investment is enhanced when the human part of the equation is addressed.
Job satisfaction is high and the 'average' salary of $97,303 is a 3.16 percent increase for this group.
Consumer whims and nostalgia, more than major food trends, seem to push and pull at candy and confections.
Entrepreneurship is thriving in the craft beer segment, where start-ups are joining established stars in tapping into a thirsty and growing audience.
Walgreen Co., increasingly a grocery retailer, is considering an offshore home to avoid U.S. corporate taxes.