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Equipment Round-Up January 2015

Food and beverage equipment hand-picked by the editors of Food Processing.

MRO Q&A: How to Properly Dispose of Oil

We’ve assembled a panel of plant operations experts to answer any question you have on plant-floor issues. To pose a question, go to www.FoodProcessing.com/ClarionKC.

February 2006 Equipment Round-up - Mixing and Blending

This line-up of mixing and blending equipment offers machines to fit a variety of applications and budgets.

Democracy Triumphs in 2006 Readers' Choice Awards

Readers' votes helped pick the top suppliers in 39 ingredient, equipment and service categories.

Bakery Throughput Demands Can Be Met With Easier-To-Sanitize Equipment

Time spent cleaning is time not producing, but higher hygienic standards for bakeries need not mean a drain on throughput.

Equipment Round Up: September 2008 - Lubricants

Food Processing showcases a variety of lubricants

Tyson Plants Reflect 'Most Admired' Reputation

Twice in the past three years, Tyson has topped the Fortune magazine list of "America’s Most Admired Companies." Nowhere is Tyson’s savvy more evident than in the operations of its 300-plus facilities in 26 states and 20 nations.

More Variety Means More Efficiencies for Confectionery Manufacturers

Sanitary pumps and other clean in place equipment are the key components to modern candy-making.

How to launch a new manufacturing line

Consulting engineers can be great allies in expanding or changing your process, but only you can impress on them the unique needs of your company and your plant.

U.S. uneasy about biotech food

Ten years after genetically engineered crops were first planted commercially in the United States, Americans remain ill-informed about and uncomfortable with biotech food, according to the fifth annual survey on the topic.

Milk: Processed to Death?

The U.S. dairy industry is pasteurizing the life out of the milk supply, says one engineer turned 'dairy evangelist.' Could Snowville Creamery's minimal processing approach hold the key to reversing the white stuff's 30-year market decline?

Making a Case for Capital Spending

Splicing the genes of an accountant and an engineer might help cost-justify plant improvement projects, but a dash of showmanship and passion also help build capex consensus.

Flexible Packaging Takes the Heat

Specially engineered pouches and bags keep things cooking at home and in the plant.

Meat Packaging Innovations Target Convenient Preparation And Product Quality

Processors of fresh and frozen animal proteins — including beef, pork, chicken and seafood — are looking for extra marketing muscle, and they're finding it in package formats engineered for cook-in convenience or enhanced product protection.

A Closer Look at Ginkgo Biloba

About a decade and a half ago, ginkgo was the hot new "brain-building" herb, touted as the natural way to pump up our memory and enhance our cognitive abilities.

Traditional Manufacturing Values Keep Hormel Ahead of the Pack

One of America’s oldest food processing firms continues to keep its eye on tomorrow. Its 26-year-old Austin, Minn., plant may be the largest in the world.

Whole Foods To Require GMO Labeling by 2018

And Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Aldi and other stores vow not the carry the genetically engineered salmon.

2015 Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey: Happier Paydays

For the third consecutive year, food and beverage professionals reported compensation increases above the inflation rate in Food Processing’s annual survey.

New Nonthermal Processes Offer Multiple Advantages to Food Companies

Food processing’s great paradox is thermal treatment, which preserves but also destroys food nutrients. Having the cake and eating it, too, is the goal of multiple technologies, chief among them HPP.

PMMI and FPSA Part Ways After Healthy Pack/Process Expo

PMMI and FPSA part ways, but not before a reasonably healthy Pack/Process Expo.

Seven Tips for Cross-Functional Team Success

Robby Martin, senior engineering project manager with Bush Brothers & Co., shares the keys to establishing a more productive mindset.

2005 Pack Expo/FPME Held in Las Vegas

Amidst the glitz and neon lights of Las Vegas, more than 1,000 companies will demonstrate the latest technologies September 26-28 at Pack Expo Las Vegas and the Food Processing Machinery Expo (FPME).

VICTREX PEEK Polymer for Food and Beverage Processing Machinery Components

From highly wear-resistant bearings, bushings, seals and valves, to precision cutting blades and energy-efficient pumps, components made with VICTREX PEEK polymer keep machinery running at peak productivity levels.

2008 FMI Show in Vegas Draws Few Large Food Companies

The first show outside of Chicago in 26 years draws few big food companies.

The FDA Must Define 'Natural' Soon

50 different state laws on labeling natural and genetically engineered foods would harm us all.

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