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Michael Antonorsi and other micro confectionery stars help the industry giants remain chocolatiers, not just candy factories.
Another champion from Pittsburgh! 57 or so reasons why the not-just-ketchup company was a standout in 2011.
FDA investigation could be just the beginning of regulatory and litigation battles.
Having returned from the front lines of the All Candy Expo, FoodProcessing.com's News & Trends Editor reports on confectionary trends for 2009-2010.
In spite of all the press and the studies and the looming health issues, it appears parents are just not that concerned about childhood obesity.
The highest-pressure situation your maintenance department might ever encounter is a planned downtime. A large amount of work is scheduled into a small amount of time but the deadline for resuming production is just around the corner. There can be great gains to be made by increasing reliability ...
New bags and pouches make it easy to heat and eat or just eat.
Beverages of all types are working in dairy products and less obvious dairy ingredients for health, satiety and just plain enjoyment.
Calories from HFCS and added sugars are just one-tenth of the total calorie increase since 1975, so clearly are not the primary cause of obesity.
For an America struggling with obesity, whole grains are a lot more than just fiber. Whole grains are virtually complete foods. They're the foods upon which all civilizations were built.
The current frenzy of split-up activity is just the circle of life in the food & beverage industry.
The endless variety of savory, salty, cheesy and sweet flavors coating snack foods yields a texture and taste combination to suit just about any consumer's discriminating palate.
The lowly nut has the ability to grow an entire tree. Now that’s food power you just have to respect!
Diabetes control is more than just watching sugar intake. Todays processors put new advances in diabetes science to practical and innovative use.
Encapsulation technologies protect key ingredients and deliver them at just the right moment.
The popularity of microwave popcorn just keeps growing.
Nobel Prize-winning chemist Linus Pauling started a vitamin C revolution, promoting it as a panacea for cancer, heart disease and just about anything that ailed you. Then he died. OK, he was 93, but vitamin C's star quickly faded. Suddenly it's on the brink of a comeback.
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.
If you can stand the heat, you just may hang around the kitchen a little longer. That's the message coming out of the research into the benefits of our favorite spices.
Processors are providing and wise consumers are choosing foods that just may turn around the obesity epidemic.
Just a few tricks can deliver products consumers will buy that also are good for them.
No longer styled just for candy, food bars are making it easier to have a healthy snack on the go.
Many samples created just for the IFT Show could be supermarket or foodservice stars.
Just as MyPlate begins to get traction, a controversy begins.
Promotional campaigns are about getting noticed and engaging consumers; packaging is just the thing to make that happen.