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Looking to 2053: The Future of Our Food Supply

At what point do we accept that science may need to play a part in guaranteeing the global food supply?

Understanding Commodities: Price Certainty Vs. Supply Certainty

Farmers and food processors have relied on futures contracts as a pricing hedge for more than 100 years. A better hedge may be a supply hedge.

Organic Food Movement Reaches Critical Mass

Like some counter-culture version of the Manhattan Project, the organic movement progressed for decades pretty much unnoticed.

Natural Products West 2006

The Natural Products Expo West / SupplyExpo / Nutracon / World Ethnic Market conference and trade show in Anaheim last month was one of the best shows in years, says Wellness Foods editor David Feder, R.D.

Codex Standards Help Resolve Trade Disputes

No longer the province of food scientists, Codex meetings and standards play a role in the resolution of trade disputes.

2007- The Year of Protein Awareness

While Americans are not protein-deficient, the nutrient’s roles in food and health are becoming more appreciated, and its connection to satiety is skyrocketing.

Hide the Fishiness of Omega-3s

Encapsulation is a means to hide the fishiness of omega-3s and to protect other nutrients from processing and digestion.

FDA Approves Cloned Food For Human Consumption

David Feder shares his views on the FDA approving cloned food for human consumption. What kind of Frankenfood do we have in our future?

Colorant Makers Become Key Allies in Meeting Need for Naturally Derived ...

Colorant makers are becoming key allies in helping food and beverage companies meet growing demands for naturally derived colorants.

Sunny Fruits Melt Winter Blues

Among the ingredient trends to watch in 2010 is a resurgence of citrus and a redder cranberry.

When It Comes to Synthetic Food Colors: Beware the 'Southampton Six'

With a link to hyperactivity established, Europe slaps warning labels on six synthetic colorants.

Restaurant Trends That May Trickle Down to the Food Industry

From umami to yuzu, these could influence packaged food and beverage products … some day.

Toops' Scoops: Is the Food Industry Ready for EcoAware Moms and Dads?

Today's parents want to leave behind footprints that matter.

A More Important Vote in California

California's Proposition 37 looks likely to ignite the GMO debate nationally.

Food Processing Awards Anheuser-Busch/Fairfield 2013 Green Plant of the Year

Anheuser-Busch's Fairfield, Calif. brewery is a leader in renewable energy technology for AB InBev breweries around the world and uses green energy provided by an on-site solar array and wind turbine to provide an average 15 percent of its energy needs.

Bakery Trends Go Back to Basics

Whether in finished products or in use-at-home mixes, 'natural' is moving the baked goods category.

Omega 3s Get a Step Up in Breakfast Foods

The omega-3 fatty acids, superstars of nutrition and health, find breakfast items a perfect medium from which to work their magic.

Artisanal Foods Increase in Popularity

As consumer concern for healthy eating escalates, so does the interest in natural and artisanal foods. Artisans can keep traditions alive by going beyond the mass-produced norm with the best ingredients and old-world methods to create foods with flair.

Food Color Evolves As Consumers Push for Cleaner Labels

Colors no doubt enhance the look and quality perception of food, but the health conscious movement is prompting more demand for natural colorants. So far, going natural isn't as easy as it sounds.

Easy-to-use DNA Tests May Shed New Light on Food Fraud

DNA bar-coding that quickly confirms or reject claims that a food product is what it purports to be are entering the market, with the promise of exposing economically motivated fraud.

Power Lunch: How to Manage Generational Differences in Today's Workforce

Learn to differently manage the four generations in today's workforce.

Hostess Selects Four 'Stalking Horse' Bidders for Assets

Twinkies may go to Metropoulos and a fund; other snacks to McKee; most breads to Flowers.

A New Path for David Neuman

Motivation and marketing expertise lead to winning track record for Miami-based Lucini Italia, a maker of award-winning extra virgin olive oil, single estate vinegars and hand made tomato sauces. Food Processing caught up with David Neuman, president, and asked for a taste of his plans to ...

Regulatory Issues: More red tape

FDA proposes recordkeeping and administrative detention rules

Mad cow disease comes calling

Public confidence in the U.S. is unshaken -- so far

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