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Food processors' ability to keep foods natural while improving their taste has risen in tandem with consumers' expectations thanks to the right stabilizers.
June's ingredient round-up focuses on fiber.
Gum and candy manufacturer Wm. Wrigley Jr. Company elected William D. Perez as president, CEO and a member of the board of directors. Perez is the first person outside of the Wrigley family to be appointed for the role.
The heat and humidity of the Big Easy could not wilt the innovation of the annual food technology show.
Consumers demanding more from their snack foods and food processors are rallying to the challenge.
A list of the monthly marketing partners for FoodProcessing.com
We get to the bulk of the matter with this month's ingredient round up.
November's Ingredient Round-Up features starches. Read on for the latest formulations from National Starch Food Innovation, A&B Ingredients and many more.
Seattle hosts RCAs Annual Conference and Expo.
Starbucks' Schultz description aptly describes 2012 IFT Annual Meeting and Food Expo.
This month's hot properties include high-fiber kids' cereal, whole-grain bread, tweak-your-own-flavor gum, super fast side dishes, the Doughboy on ice, and personalized M&Ms.
The Research Chefs Association (RCA) announced the results of its recent board of directors election for the 2007-2008 term.
Kraft Foods's Cadbury unit introduces Trident Vitality, in three flavors: Vigorate, Rejuve and Awaken
Resistant starches from several vegetable sources are available to up the fiber and lower your body weight.
Confections can play off new trends or old sentiments. Either way, ingredient innovations make them better.
Bakeries and other food processors will decide if flax delivers comparable function and flavor, but guar highlights the vulnerability of food companies to raw material pricing far beyond their control.
There is considerable science behind 'feeling full.'
When regulators at the Environmental Protection Agency consider edible oils and fats, they think of dangerous spills that can clog waterways, gum up water treatment facilities, kill fish and birds, and cause fires. Washington Post columnist Cindy Skrzycki examines the debate between the EPA and ...
The Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co. presented its Chicago product development lab and pilot manufacturing plant to employees and the public on September 13. The gum and candy giant developed the $45 million complex, with $15 million in city tax relief, to keep its new-product pipeline full, accelerate the ...
Having returned from the front lines of the All Candy Expo, FoodProcessing.com's News & Trends Editor reports on confectionary trends for 2009-2010.
A new crop of sweeteners offers a wealth of functionality and flexibility in formulation.
Recaldent actively protects, strengthens and rebuilds tooth enamel