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Editor's Plate: I Need an Incentive to Stay Put

The whole country needs to rethink the practice of competing for business by giving away taxpayer money, especially for existing jobs.

Rochester Midland Introduces New Direct Intervention Process for Fruit and ...

Rochester Midland introduced a new Food Sanitation Program for fruit and vegetable manufacturers that reduces the risk of pathogens and spoilage microbes in fruit and vegetable processing lines.

Organic Food Movement Reaches Critical Mass

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

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.

Prototype Products at the 2006 IFT Show

IFT’s prototype products sizzle with innovation.

Formulating Sweet and Savory Healthy Snacks

Sweet and savory snacks are forecast for constant growth and food processors are taking note. Read on to find out how one ingredient formulator in particular can help with your future healthy snacking options.

IFT Show Presents Delicious Prototypes

Even though they come from industry suppliers, not food processors, many of the prototype products offered as samples at the July 28-31 IFT Annual Meeting and Food Expo deserve to be on supermarket shelves and foodservice venues just as they are.

Near-Record Crowd at 2007 IFT Expo

A near-record crowd sampled ingredients healthy and exotic.

Progressive Companies Uplift Snacking

The modern approach to snacking is changing as progressive companies make an effort to lift snacking to its original status

Consumers Choosing Healthier Foods

Processors are providing – and wise consumers are choosing – foods that just may turn around the obesity epidemic.

Food Prototypes That Deserve Shelf Space

Many samples created just for the IFT Show could be supermarket or foodservice stars.

Soybean, Canola Pace Specialty Oils

Advances in the two workhorses enable healthier food products.

Toops' Scoops: Cool Delights at a Hot 2011 IFT

New food and beverage product prototypes keep us coming back for more.

Benchmarking Study Finds Food Processors Average Six Sustainability Goals

Corporate sustainability research and advisory firm, Green Research, announced its benchmark of food processing company environmental sustainability goals. The study found that major food processors had wide variations in their sustainability goals from nearly transparent to very private.

Flavor of the Month: Don't take Chocolate for Granted

Facing the fallout of political anxiety and doubled wholesale prices confectioners and chocolate manufacturers are learning how sweet it isn't.

Editor's Plate: The USA Could Use a Woman's Touch

Whether or not it’s the work of Indra Nooyi, PepsiCo’s generosity shows a heart and soul we all should emulate.

Rosenfeld, Nooyi Top Most Powerful Female Executives List

Woertz, Fields, Morrison, Gordon also on the Top 50 list.

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.

Looking Forward to 2005 Food Technologists Conference

Editor David Feder looks forward to a tasteful Institute of Food Technologists conference in New Orleans.

2007 Top 100: Acquisitions Perk Up

In 2006, mergers and acquisitions in the food industry increased 7.7 percent, reports the Food Institute, Elmwood Park, N.J.

What the boss makes

Forbes’ annual list of CEO salaries finds few food execs near the top.

More worries about food versus fuel; Tyson CEO speaks

As debate began on the 2007 Farm Bill, Dick Bond, Tyson Foods Inc.’s president and CEO, warned that boosting U.S. ethanol production would mean higher food prices, both domestically and across the globe.

New Cargill chief urges caution on ethanol

The baton was passed at Cargill Inc. on June 1, with 33-year employee Gregory Page, 55, taking over as CEO.

Fortune Reveals Most Admired Food Production Companies

Fortune.com reveals the most admired food companies on its yearly list.

Sugar Farms and Refiners to CRA: Not So Fast, 'Corn Sugar'

Sugar refiners group files suit challenging name change for high fructose corn syrup.

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