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Food Ingredients That Prevent Cognitive Decline

Rapidly aging baby boomers demand mental health throughout life.

Food Trends: McCormick Flavor Forecast Announces 2011 Flavor Trends

Key tastes are influenced by spirit of discovery, uplifting flavors and craveable contrasts.

IDDBA Report Finds Health-Conscious Consumers Move To Dairy Aisle

An expanding array of good-for-you products is pulling health-conscious customers into the dairy department, according to the Madison, Wis.-based International Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association.

Editor's Plate: Mini-Size Me

The recent downsizing of the most delectable single-serve foods is a good, not cheap, thing.

Food Biz Kids: Sunshine Cheez-It Gripz

Our teenaged product testers give high honors to Sunshine Cheez-It Gripz.

Gluten Free: Friend or Fad?

This new dietary awareness leaves a large opportunity in the marketplace as a gluten-free diet has quickly become a fast-growing nutritional movement.

The New Hostess Company Resumes Operations

The Metropolous-Apollo-controlled company plans to reopen four plants and hire workers, but not union labor.

Editor's Plate: Time to Sharpen the Saw

A new year full of critical issues requires some thoughtful time away from the office.

Equipment Round Up: Conveyors

Our May equipment Round Up focuses on conveyors and conveyor systems.

New Rule Bans Most Omega-3 Claims

With no 'reference level' established, FDA cracks down; ALA is the exception.

Pouch Packaging Design Helps Meet Demand

Peppadew’s South African pepper products are a hit the world over; not so for the plastic buckets its foodservice products came in.

The Condemnation of Carbohydrates: A Food Manufacturers Guide to ...

The commonly held notion that sugar intake equals diabetes is a kind of unofficial dogma. But like many dogmas, this one falls apart upon closer examination.

ConAgra Food Survey Finds: Recession Not Over Say 79 Percent of Consumers

Americans plan to continue eat-at-home and frugal shopping habits post recession.

Biggest overhaul of food safety passed in Senate

Equipment Round Up: Cutting and Size Reduction 2010

Our March 2010 round up will cut through all of the questions you have about cutting and size reduction equipment.

2005 Regulations on Trans Fat Content Labeling

Decades of evidence finally led to federal regulations calling for labeling trans fat content on the Nutrition Facts panel of packaged foods by January 1, 2006.

Consumers Turning to Healthier Bread

Consumers are turning to healthier breads so long as the price is right.

Wixon receives organic certification

Wixon, Inc., a food ingredients company, received organic certification as a processor from Quality Assurance International (QAI), the largest independent certifying organization of its kind in the U.S.

Inspection Technologies Keep Quality High in Packaging Systems

X-ray, metal detection and vision technologies keep the quality in your packaging systems.

Role of probiotics in human health examined in recent white paper

The Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) is releasing a new paper, "Probiotics: Their Potential to Impact Human Health," as a contribution to the scientific literature on the important topic.

Kashi Whole Grain Frozen Pizza With Vegetarian Toppings

Kashi Co. expands its current all-natural frozen pizza family with three new All-Natural Thin Crust Frozen Pizzas.

Hormel Chili Meals

Hormel Foods debuts Hormel Chili Meals

Natural Expo West 2015: Exotic Yogurts and Coconut Chips

Natural Products Expo West again breaks attendance records.

Luxury Chocolate At Three Calories A Piece

Godiva Chocoiste gives chocoholics not just a fix but an experience.

PepsiCo Taps New Fountain Soda Sweetened with Sugar

Stubborn Soda is the unusual name of a new line of "craft" fountain sodas PepsiCo is launching

Sara Lee to cut 100 jobs at St. Joseph plant

Sara Lee Foods has announced that about 100 jobs will be eliminated from its St. Joseph, Mo. plant next year when a production line is moved to another plant in New London, Wis.

Food trend experts get out their crystal balls

At the recent IFT Show in Orlando, trend-watchers mused on car windows as appliances and the death of the stove.

Anuga 2013: A Taste of Global Innovations Set to Take Place October 5-9

The huge global food show will be October 5-9 in Cologne, Germany.

Special Report: 2008 R&D Survey

Our annual survey finds R&D adapting to tighter economic times.

Quality, Price Perceptions Hurt Food Companies

Customer satisfaction scores sag for some major and mid-sized food and beverage processors.

Trend Forecasters Cite Barramundi, Turmeric And Popcorn To Be Key Food Trends...

The global economy, environmental concerns and technology will be key drivers of food trends in the coming year.

Campbell Soup Co. Reports on Sustainability Goals

Campbell, which has been recognized for its corporate social responsibility efforts, looks toward 2020 with its goals to reduce its footprint and advance its wellness food profile.

Broccoli Linked to Lower Incidences of Prostate Cancer

A new study links broccoli and prostate health

2006 Top 100: Corporate Profiles 26-50

The top 100 food and beverage processing companies in the U.S. and Canada are profiled in this annual feature. Find company contact information, major brands, key executives and main product areas.

Considerations for Nut Processing

Armed with health claims and consumer affinity, nuts of all types bring cachet to foodservice products ... but not without handling and formulating considerations.

An ugly quarter for food companies

Tyson, Kraft and Sara Lee all were impacted by rising costs.

Pinnacle Foods CEO resigns, Robert Gamgort is new CEO

Wellness Foods HealthBites: February 2008

What's happening in the world of nutrition and health.

Beech-Nut to build new plant, headquarters in New York

Beech-Nut Nutrition will build a production facility in the town of Florida, N.Y. and move its St. Louis-based headquarters to the same location.

MRO Q&A: How do you properly clean a slicer?

MRO Q&A is a Food Processing series addressing maintenance, repair and operational issues in food plants.

Heinz Announces New Senior Leadership Team

Nine of 11 appointments come from within.

Corn Products to Buy National Starch for $1.3 Billion

Corn Products International is buying National Starch for $1.3 billion.

Assessing and Managing Risk Becomes an Enterprise-wide Pursuit in Food and ...

Anticipating what can go wrong and devising systems that minimize threats to a business’ viability are the essence of risk management, and food companies have multiple options to accomplish that.

FDA Approves Excellent Source Claim for Foods Containing Both EPA and DHA

Ocean Nutrition Canada Ltd. recently announced the allowance of their petition for an Excellent Source Nutrient Content Claim for foods containing both EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) and DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid) under the authoritative statement provisions of the Food and Drug Modernization Act ...

High-Pressure Pasteurization, Other Technologies, Drive Improvements In ...

Extended shelf life, a clean label and quality assurance for ready-to-eat meats are benefits with appeal to processors, and high pressure is one of the technologies that deliver them.

Mintel Report Reveals Consumer Packaged Goods Trends for 2011

Research firm Mintel predicts consumer packaged goods trends set to make an impact in 2011.

NCFST Honors Unilever’s Debbie Meiners with 2009 Director’s Award

The National Center for Food Safety and Technology (NCFST), Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), presented posthumously the NCFST Director’s Award to Unilever’s Mary Deborah “Debbie” Meiners at the consortium’s semi-annual meeting March 16-17.

As Consumer Understanding Grows, So Does the Love of Nuts

The lowly nut has the ability to grow an entire tree. Now that’s food power you just have to respect!

Processor of the Year 2016: Research & Development at General Mills

Consumers come first at 150-year-old General Mills. Thinking 'small,' partnering with outside sources and sending product developers to grocery stores help the company understand what consumers want.

10 Global Trends in Food, Health and Nutrition

New Research and Markets report covers the growth of snacks, the death of low-fat.

Regulatory Issues: Security, safety and efficiency

Two years ago, no one could have predicted that food security would so dominate FDA's priorities for 2003 and beyond

FDA improves Reportable Food Registry

FDA Extends Comment Deadline on 'Natural' Definition

With thousands of comments filed since November, the FDA is extending its deadline to accept public input on the use of the word "natural" on food labels.

When The Price Isn't Right: Food And Beverage Manufacturing In The Time Of ...

When it comes to both commodity and key ingredients, quality is still crucial, but nothing is irreplaceable.

Challenge for organic foods

Dr Pepper Snapple Group debuts

Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. officially came into existence on May 7 with its demerger from Cadbury Schweppes PLC and a listing on the New York Stock Exchange.

A Closer Look at Inspection Tools

Quality monitoring begins at the production line but doesn’t end there. Flagging issues with packages and even utilities in real time also is important.

Trends in organic food

Land O' Lakes Announces Management Changes

Chris Policinski, Land O’Lakes President and CEO, announced several management changes taking place within his Senior Strategy Team.

2005 Readers' Choice Awards

Motor Efficiency 2.0

By the end of this year, federal law will require all newly manufactured motors to be more energy efficient.

Gluten-free products on a roll

ConAgra to shutter five plants en route to 12 closings

In its most sweeping rationalization so far, ConAgra Foods Inc., announced plans in mid-September to close five manufacturing plants, although the toll could rise to 12 before completion of a reorganization plan.

Franck Riboud and Muhammad Yunus to be honored by Pasteur Institute

Franck Riboud and Muhammad Yunus, Founders of Grameen Danone Foods, to receive 2010 Pasteur Foundation Award at Annual Gala Dinner in May

Editor's Plate: People Have to Eat, Processors Ought To Build

Optimism runs rampant in our Annual Capital Spending Report.

Consumers Turn to Food to Lower LDL Cholesterol

Many people are turning to foods before they try drugs to lower their LDL cholesterol, and the food industry is well-armed to respond.

Fast feeders precipitate deluge of beverage choices

Subway, Panera Bread Company and Quiznos are among the quickservice chains offering customers bottled drink choices in an effort to satisfy a desire by consumers to decide how they want their drinks. Coca-Cola Co. is trying to stay ahead of the drink curve by working with the Culinary Institute ...

Market-Driven Manufacturing at Abbott Nutrition

From packaging to new plants, boomers, kids and fitness buffs are the real managers of the company's nutritional beverage operations.

Power of Repetition Boosts Customer Awareness

Food processors with branded or private label items in multiple categories can use the psychological power of repetition to boost consumer awareness and possibly even sales.

Food Plants Using Auctions More Often to Buy and Sell Assets

Surplus and used equipment – from both dealers and auctioneers -- offer benefits to both buyers and sellers in a tight market.

Science rises to the occasion with new breads

Healthy grains disguise whole wheat for white, but some say it's not the best thing since slicing.

Options Grow for Gluten Intolerant

As the number of people diagnosed with celiac disease has risen dramatically in the United States to an estimated one in 120 people, so have the variety and availability of products that make cooking or eating gluten free anything but medicinal.

December 2007 Equipment Roundup - Cookers and Ovens

December's equipment round-up features an add-on microwave oven and a line of high-efficiency gas fired heaters.

Processors Bring Energy In House

Steam power and other plant utilities essentially bring energy generation in house. Optimizing their performance is a challenge in food and beverage.

Consumers choose best products of the year

Consumers Seeking Oils With Health Benefits

After decades of avoiding fat content in foods, consumers now actively seek specific oils closely associated with health benefits.

One-on-One: Gary Erickson of Clif Bar and Co.

Food Processing's Diane Toops catches up with Gary Erickson, founder, co-owner and co-CEO, Clif Bar & Co.

Expanding Americans' Love for Seafood

Americans' love for seafood can be stretched to new varieties with a little education and some care in processing.

Partnering with Others Offers Mutual Benefits

Partnering with others to make your product -- or theirs -- offers benefits to both partners.

Award-Winning Products From the Sweets & Snacks Expo

The inaugural “best in show” award went to Hershey’s York Minis.

The Recession's Over; Get Growing!

Grocery Manufacturers Association-commissioned report recommends shifting gears into innovation.

Pepsi to launch ‘premium’ soft drink

PepsiCo said it will launch its first premium soft drink in the second quarter of next year.

November 2005 Ingredient Round-Up - Starches

This roundup of food starches offers solutions to a myriad formulation challenges.

NCA 2010 Candy Show: The Sweetest Spot on Earth

Candy and snacks sales flourish in 2009.

Process Expo to co-locate with IFT next year

IFT Food Expo and FPSA Process Expo to Co-Locate Events in 2010

Saw Palmetto

As a supplement, extract from the saw palmetto plant (Serenoa repens) has been promoted as a powerful prostate cancer preventative. Research has shown it also may help in the treatment of urinary tract infections. The question is, is it ready to make the jump to foods and beverage applications.

The ABCs (and CDK and M's) of Bone Health

Mushrooms and UV-treated bakers’ yeast can be significant non-animal sources of vitamin D.

Organic By Any Other Name

The boom in demand for organic foods and ingredients threatens to outpace supply. Yet some companies are coming under fire for allegedly “fudging” what is truly organic. The question is, do the cows have to be happy for the milk to be organic?

Gold Coast Ingredients Introduces New Line of Alcohol-Free Citrus Extracts

The citrus extracts are natural, halal-certifiable, and 100% soluble in water.

Category: Ingredients

Product Type: Flavors - Sweet

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Gold Coast Ingredients

Food Biz Kids: Nabisco CapriSun Juicers

Our 7th-grade panelists deemed Nabisco's CapriSun Juicers 'a good out-the-door snack for lunch.'

Building Healthier Desserts

Processors have been trying for nearly a generation to bridge the gulf between the reality of dessert and the concept of health.

How ISO 9001:2015 Goes Beyond Food Safety

FSSC22000 and ISO 9001:2015 are a powerful combination for food safety and quality.

Finding Innovation in the Frozen Category

Co-branding, innovation will return the frozen foods category to sales health.

Indra Nooyi Reveals Five Big Trends for PepsiCo at 2011 CAGNY Conference

PepsiCo's chairman/CEO Indra Nooyi spoke at the Consumer Analysts Group of New York's annual conference about five trends that PepsiCo will follow in the coming years.

From the Publisher: With Sincere Appreciation

Food Processing Publisher Larry Bagan extends his gratitude toward the food processing industry -- and its readers.

2009 Manufacturing Trends Survey: Economy Ahead, Proceed with Caution!

Food safety remains paramount and energy’s cheap for now, but this certified recession has processors looking to 2009 with hesitation.

Formulation Trends for 2017

In 2017, processed foods and beverages will reflect the impact of updated regulations and the laser focus on healthier, free-from ingredients and macronutrients. Clean-label will be more heavily emphasized as will exotic flavors and more nutrients like protein.

FDA/USDA trace adulterated animal feed to poultry

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have learned that byproducts from pet food manufactured with contaminated wheat gluten imported from China have been used in chicken feed on some farms in the state of Indiana.

The Rise and Fall of the FMI Supermarket Show

The rise and fall of the FMI Supermarket Show

September 2006 Ingredient Round-Up - Fruits, Nuts, and Vegetables

New ingredients from fruits, nuts and vegetables are featured in this month's Ingredient Round-Up.

Food Safety’s Smallest Challenge: Microbes

Hot Mama’s was on a strong growth trajectory for its private label humus, salsa and dips. Then an invisible enemy shut her down.

Baking for the Future

Less gluten, more whole grains and fiber and cleaner statements are coming out of the oven.

Food Biz Kids: Cheez-It Twisterz

Our seventh-grade panelists loved Cheez-It Twisterz.

Understanding Food and Beverage's Wastewater Solutions

From simple to sophisticated, many wastewater solutions are available to food and beverage processors.

The Private World of Private Label Food Brands

Will the category's 'quality copy-cat' reputation hold up after the recession?

United Soybean Board Unveils Consumer Attitudes About Nutrition Study

The United Soybean Board's 17th Annual Consumer Attitudes about Nutrition study debuted at the Institute of Food Technologists meeting expo in July.

Mainstream Consumers Seek Healthful Ingredients

Whole grains, antioxidants and soy rank at the top of the healthful ingredients consumers claim they seek in the marketplace.

Food Biz Kids: Hershey Cookie vs. Oreo

'The texture is delicious to my fingers.' The kids think Hershey cookies are a match for Oreos.

Dehydration: Which Option is Best for Your Food Processing Plant?

Food manufacturers can choose from a number of developments that optimize moisture removal and minimize process cost.

Form and Function Drive Design for Bottle and Jar Packaging

Functional design makes it easier to use, prepare and serve products packaged in bottles and jars.

Readers Speak Up on Recent Food Processing Articles

From food science to fighting millenials, Food Processing's readers chime in on recent topics.

What's the Best Way to Dehydrate Fruits and Vegetables?

Whether you're dehydrating your own raw material fruits and vegetables or buying them dried, it's worth considering how they got that way.

AdvancePierre Foods to Acquire Most of Landshire Inc.

Wholesale and manufacturing operations fortify sandwich-maker's portfolio.

Functional Ingredients: Consumers Reach for Fiber

Research indicates consumers understand and want fiber-containing products.

#FLS15

The only place where manufacturers can examine everything from ingredient sourcing and supply-chain sustainability to packaging and labeling in one event.

New Frontiers for Heart Healthy Ingredients

While the key ingredients, such as oat bran and antioxidants, are vital, new ingredients have been gaining ground in the battle to keep our tickers ticking longer and better.

Children's Nutrition Has a Growing Role in Formulation

The old Victorian aphorism, “Children should be seen and not heard,” once was the guiding principle of food formulation. No longer.

Food Biz Kids: Terra Exotic Vegetable Chips Need More Flavor and Crunch

Our panel of eighth-graders think vegetable chips 'need heavier flavoring and more crunch.'

Power Lunch: The FDA Needs To Take a 21st Century Approach to Medical Foods

While the agency and Congress have recognized the concept of medical foods, FDA has been unwilling to create a regulatory framework.

Hartman Food Trends of 2011

Allergen Proteins: Plant Sanitation's Biggest Challenge

Keeping allergen proteins out of products that shouldn’t contain them stretches sanitation protocols above and beyond microbe control.

Demographic Segmentation Becomes Common Packaging Strategy

Demographic segmentation, the time-tested tool of mass media advertisers, is becoming a more common packaging strategy as food companies develop line extensions to appeal to every conceivable sliver of the population.

Logistics Q&A: What Are the Benefits of Logistics/Transportation Providers?

A new series focusing on plant operations and logistics.

Federal Court Decides On Synthetic Organic Restriction

As a result of a recent federal court decision, the use of synthetic substances in processed organic products will be restricted in the future.

Wellness Food Trends: Which Oils And Fats Are Healthy And Why?

A lesson on oils, fats and how nothing is what it seems anymore.

Institute of Packaging Professionals Announces AmeriStar Package Awards

32 packages including 13 food & beverage containers, honored in packaging competition.

Equipment Round Up: September 2008 - Lubricants

Food Processing showcases a variety of lubricants

What You See Is What You Get

Peek-a-boo packaging lets your product tell the story.

Consumers Wary of Big-Brand Claims

IBM study finds consumers wary of claims by big-brand food companies.

Snack Facilities Tighten Up

Hearthside Food Solutions is a case history in keeping up with the complexity of snack manufacturing.

Food Biz Kids: 'Weird' flavor pairing works

"The outside crunches, the middle squishes." Kids give their opinions on strawberry lime gum from Trident Splash.

Food Biz Kids: Doritos Blazin' Buffalo and Ranch Chips More Ranch than Buffalo

Our panel of eighth-graders think the latest flavor installment of Frito Lay's Doritos Blazin' Buffalo and Ranch pack a punch of flavor that is more ranch than buffalo.

Transparency as a Lesson for Food Producers

Food Processing’s webinar explores the topic of building trust between food and beverage companies and American consumers.

Software Puts Your Plant on Fast-Forward

New automation software lets you 'TiVo' your process, while Johnsonville Sausage finds a neat trick to make SAP data more usable in the plant.

2015 R&D Trends Survey: Doing Without GMOs and PHOs

Our 44th annual R&D Survey indicates a year of regulatory challenges but less emphasis on cost control.

Birth Control Meets Pest Control in Food and Beverage Plants

FSMA compliance is front and center, and pest control specialists are thinking outside the box to keep rodents, birds and insects in check.

Happier taste buds in 2008

Making fried foods healthier without sacrificing taste

Food Biz Kids: Sunbutter Peanut-Butter-Substitute Sandwich

Our panel of eighth-graders think this peanut butter substitute is 'perfect for school cafeterias.'

June/July 2007 HealthBites

What's happening in the world of nutrition and health.

Food Biz Kids: Nestle Butterfinger Stixx

Our panel of eighth-graders say Nestle's Butterfinger Stixx are 'like a regular Butterfinger, only lighter.'

HHS, FDA, CDC Provide Social Media Tools for Ongoing Peanut-Containing ...

Next Up for FSMA: The Human Element

Biological, chemical and foreign material contamination have been the focus of food safety, but FSMA adds another source to the equation: deliberate human actions.

Honey Board sweetens deal for new product developers

Equipment Round-Up: March 2015

A monthly round-up of manufacturing equipment hand-picked by editors of Food Processing.

New recall system debuts

June 2007 Ingredient Round-Up - Fiber

June's Ingredient Round-Up features fibers, including beverage fibers, tapioca, water soluable fibers, resistant starch and cereal solution sets. Read on for the latest fiber ingredients from Danisco, Cargill, National Starch Food Innovation, MGP Ingredients Inc., Dow Chemical Co., and many more.

FPMA, IAFIS agree to merge

In announcing the proposed merger to its members, FPMA noted that the aim is to provide the members of each association the strongest possible programs to meet the challenges and exploit the opportunities of the new millenium.

Wal-Mart speaks on packaging

Two officials from Wal-Mart Stores Inc. used Pack/Process Expo to elaborate on the packaging-reduction program the giant retailer first announced at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York in September.

How to Build a Healthy Breakfast

Breakfast makers are looking beyond snap, crackle and pop to a functional future of simplicity, endurance and heart health.

Whole wheat products with baked-in cost savings

Clean labels, GMOs and natural sweeteners are IFT food-show hot buttons

Natural Colors Have a Bright and Colorful Future

As the organic and natural market continues to boom, innovative new approaches to natural colors ensure a bright and colorful future.

Diamond Foods Breaks Ground on its First R&D Center

Building at Kettle unit in Salem, Ore., will serve all Diamond brands.

The Future of Confectionery Ingredients

Ace-K, honey make inroads as sweeteners; gums and nuts play supporting roles.

What Are the Core Issues Behind Fresh Food Recalls?

MRO Q&A is a monthly problem-solving column for maintenance, repair and operational issues.

Opportunities and Challenges of Functional Ingredients

Common use in dietary supplements simply does not go far toward establishing GRAS status for a functional ingredient’s use in conventional foods.

2015 Flavor Trends: Spice Heats Up The Grocery Aisles

Foods in all categories are becoming more flavorful, and spices and seasonings help add complexity and global appeal.

Food Preservation Agent Is Whey Beyond CompareBradenton.com

August 2006 Ingredient Round-Up: Dairy Flavors and Ingredients

Check out the latest innovations in flavors and ingredients for dairy products in this month's Ingredient Round-Up.

Food, a part of life's celebration: A conversation with Chef John Csukor, Jr.

Chef John Csukor, Jr., who develops products in foodservice and retail, talks about processes, product development and trends in this one-on-one with our news and trends editor.

Downsizing Leaves Holes in Innovation and Engineering Talent

A decade of downsizing has sent former food industry innovators to engineering firms -- where anybody can hire them.

Nutella Lawsuit Highlights Marketing Risks

Class action settlement a warning to processors touting 'healthy' products.

A Different Future for Insect Protein

Bugs are generating fun discussion now, but feed, not food, appears to be the likely medium.

Food Biz Kids: 100-Calorie Oreo Candy Bites

Kids report the 100-calorie snacks are ‘Chocolaty, sweet, crunchy … but soft inside.’

FDA Needs to Define ‘Natural’ Food

Despite the close of the public comment period, the FDA has not committed itself to a definition of 'natural.'

Packaging from Major Snack Brands Gets a New Purpose

PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay and TerraCycle Partner to Start Chip Bag Brigades to Upcycle Used Packaging

On the Web: Get Linked In; Get Answers

A helpful guide to getting the most out of the Food Processing Network Group on LinkedIn.

Flavor Trends: Soups Ladle Up the Flavor

With the cooler weather growing cold, 'tis the season for processors to ladle up new soups and broths that provide comfort, a clean label and full-on flavor.

Toops Scoops: Cargill builds a sustainable supply chain for its oils

How do you turn wellness trends into reality? It comes down to the mystery of the black box – problem-based situations that offer a hypothetical mystery and need to be solved.

The Future Impact of Nanoingredients

Nanoingredients will have a profound impact on raw material sourcing for food processing and will radically change how foods affect our physiology.

Supply Chain Pressures Cause for Conflict

Who’s managing whom? In a year of unprecedented pressures, our exclusive joint survey finds a tug of war between food processors

Despite Innovations, Food Manufacturers Still Rely on Past-Generation Sweeteners

Acesulfame potatssium, aspartame, sucralose still rule the sweetener roost.

Hormel Takes Skippy Off Unilever’s Hands

Hormel Foods to pay $700 million for iconic brand of peanut butter.

The Appropriate Lubricant Oil Is a Must to Pass Today's Audits

Trace amounts of lubricant are unavoidable in many processes, and that's driving a steady migration to food-grade greases and oils.

Production Operations: How to Retrofit an Aging Plant

Food processors are retrofitting aging facilities to get more out of their capital budgets. But heed these "rules of retro" before you bring your plant into the 21st century.

Bearing Isolators

Food processes promise greener processing, cleaner labels and higher-quality food

Brand extensions dominated in 2004

Packaged food sales were fairly flat in 2004 with few firms making any real headway, according to a new report from Information Resources Inc. Brand extensions dominated in the last year.

2005 Innovation Awards: Works of Art

Our editors, readers and advisors pick the masterpieces of 2005 (and a couple of potboilers) with an eye toward healthier eating.

February 2006 Ingredient Round-Up - Colors

These coloring agents may be visible, but the technology behind them is far from self-evident. This showcase highlights what's new under the sun.

Food shipments again top cargo-theft list

March 2007 Ingredient Round-Up - Savory Flavors

March's Ingredient Round-Up features savory flavors and ingredients, including salty and celery and custom formulations for sodium and organic products.

2011 Capital Spending Outlook: Benjamins for Bricks (and Mortar)

Our annual Capital Spending Report foresees a 20 percent increase

Food Processors Make Progress on Sustainability Goals in 2011

General Mills, Kellogg Co., Kraft and Purdue Farms talk about what they are doing to meet their sustainability goals.

Hemp Seed High in Protein and Omega Oils

Hemp seed, once an annoying ingredient those most likely to encounter it, crept into the food chain a few years ago. But the move to make the tiny little green seeds into something profitable didn't seem to get off the ground until recently. It turns out that, while the seeds of the cannabis ...

Market View: The Right Kind of Planning

John Stanton has advice for food marketers: Don’t get bogged down at either extreme of planning.

Revamp proposed for standards of identity

The Dept. of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service and the Food and Drug Administration last month issued a joint proposed rule to establish a set of general principles for evaluating whether to revise, eliminate or create new standards of identity for food.

February Food Funny: Submit your Cartoon Caption

Nosh on these comedic entries for our February 2017 Food Funny Caption Contest.

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