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Saw Palmetto

As a supplement, extract from the saw palmetto plant (Serenoa repens) has been promoted as a powerful prostate cancer preventative. Research has shown it also may help in the treatment of urinary tract infections. The question is, is it ready to make the jump to foods and beverage applications.

Analysis of 2007 Power of Five Trade Show and Expo

An analysis of the Power of Five trade show and expo held last May 5-9 in Chicago, including the Organic Trade Assn.'s "All Things Organic" component.

Protected Designation of Origin Explained

PDO is short for Protected Designation of Origin. It is a European Community certification system designed to protect the names of high-quality foods made according to traditional methods in a defined geographic region.

Nutraceutical Ingredients Trends

Got a minute? Wellness Foods editor David Feder, R.D., will tell you what's on his mind when it comes to nutraceutical ingredients trends and the changes in how trends emerge.

Kettle Foods Potato Chip Sampler Packs

Kettle Foods packs several powerful marketing tools into its sampler packs … and sells chips at $13 per lb.

How Are Your Fruits Dried?

Dried products are a practical way to introduce real fruits into many products, but consider the drying technique.

Renovate Today to Shorten Downtime Tomorrow

Thorough planning, modern design tools and an instinct for the unexpected are key ingredients in your recipe for fast and efficient plant renovation and expansion.

Flexible Packaging Leads the Way

Retortable, microwaveable pouches and flexible packs that can 'breathe' are leading the way.

Four Ways for Plant Managers to Optimize Asset Reliability

Many plant managers aren’t aware of the four ways they can help optimize asset reliability to reduce cost, maximize asset utilization and increase plant capacity. It’s about time they became engaged in the reliability process.

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.

NRA Restaurant-Hotel-Motel Show 2007

The NRA Restaurant-Hotel-Motel Show delivers a menu of innovative new products and trends.

Extending Brand Equity to Foodservice

Why sell a commodity ingredient to foodservice clients when you can provide an ask-for brand that differentiates the restaurant, too?

Labeling Reconsidered for Irradiated Foods

Irradiation may not eliminate food poisoning, but it would be a big step in the right direction.

Food Trends to Watch in 2007

IRI Times and Trends expects the following trends to impact the consumer packaged goods market throughout 2007 and into the next few years.

Healthy Baking

Healthy baking is now the rule rather than the exception. In a field as heavy on trends as it is on competition, here’s what baked-goods processors are doing lately to hold onto their slice of the consumer pie.

Phosphorus Useful for Far More than Cola

A quick glance at the beverage shelf shows phosphorous being used mostly in dark cola beverages. But there’s more to this mineral than you might think.

High Demand Turns Smoothies into Multibillion-Dollar Industry

Insatiable demand and creative expansion of the category send smoothies into the multibillion-dollar zone.

Israel Showcases the Cutting Edge of Food and Ingredient Manufacturing

Wellness Foods editor David Feder, a Texas native and former resident of Israel, returns from a tour of the Holy Land's food and ingredient manufacturers.

Petition Before FDA to Allow Replacement of Cocoa Butter in Chocolate

There's an outrageous petition before FDA to allow the replacement of cocoa butter in chocolate.

Detecting Foreign Matter

Advances in detection technologies are helping to make the food supply safer than ever. Plus, these machines can do other things, as well.

Meat Packaging Aims to Please

New packaging techniques for meat and poultry take consumer desires -- and fears -- seriously.

Attractiveness Vital for Meat Packaging

Keeping packaged meat looking attractive is essential for retailers because clean, crisp-looking packaging is what their customers prefer.

Consumers Turn to Food to Lower LDL Cholesterol

Many people are turning to foods before they try drugs to lower their LDL cholesterol, and the food industry is well-armed to respond.

Sweetener Category Expands Rapidly

The past few months have seen unusual activity from the sweetener category.

Beverage Processors Switching from HFCS

Jones Soda Co., the quirky Seattle beverage company known for such unusual flavors as strawberry lime, fufu berry and turkey and gravy, recently and quietly converted its entire line of sodas to cane sugar.

HFCS Empty Calories, but Not Evil

Empty calories, yes, but demon, no; the truth and friction behind high-fructose corn syrup.

Natural Colors Contribute Micronutrients

The key role of color in product development and the micronutrients contributed by natural colors.

Top Food and Beverage Companies for 2007: Kraft Returns to the Top

Following a tough year for animal protein companies, Kraft Foods returns to the No. 1 position on our annual list of the 100 largest food and beverage processors in the U.S. and Canada.

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.

The Politics of Obesity

This year's report on the obesity crisis focuses on what's driving processors in their efforts to make the next generation of food and drink products designed to help weight-management.

2007 IFT Annual Meeting and Expo Held in Chicago

The Institute of Food Technologists annual meeting and food expo in Chicago, held July 29-31, was definitely one of the better ones.

Chinese Food Safety Lapses Sign of Bigger Problems

It will be a long time before what I’m calling "the China Syndrome" ceases to be a newsworthy issue in food processing.

Aspartame Under Further Scrutiny

The sweetener is the most scrutinized food additive present in the diet. Regulatory bodies around the world have agreed many times on its safety.

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.

Adding Ingredients Under Vacuum Prevents Air Inclusion

Adding ingredients under vacuum and other solutions to mixing and blending challenges.

Fizzy Fruit Co Adds Carbonation to Grapes

Fizzy Fruit Co. adds carbonation to grapes for a unique - and polarizing - experience.

Demand for Low-Sodium Formulations Stimulates Creativity

The demand for low-sodium formulations is still big enough to stimulate creative solutions to the problem of lowering the salt content of prepared food while retaining customer appeal.

Expert Opinion: No Chocolate Crisis

Recently, the U.S. Chocolate Industry, through its Chocolate Manufacturers Assn., along with 11 other food industry associations, joined a Grocery Manufacturers Assn./Food Products Assn. (GMA/FPA) citizen’s petition asking the FDA for approval to change current standards of identity (SOIs) for a ...

Georgia-Pacific's PSO Calculator

Enter your annual corrugated spend below to measure the potential sustainability impact of efficiencies and package design adjustments in your operation.

A Field Guide - Eco-Friendly, Efficient and Effective Print

Monadnock Paper Mills released the second edition of its instructional how-to guide for creating more sustainable print materials. It is a single resource that presents objective information and points out alternatives for design decisions that support sustainability without sacrificing style and...

Navigating the Maze of Health Claim Regulations

FDA's recent guidance focuses only on the process for evaluating evidence supporting a health claim.

Health and Wellness Take Center Stage at 2007 IFT Show

Wellness is no longer about reducing risk factors, but about bringing about a better quality of life, we heard at the IFT Show.

Chinese Ingredients Unpopular at 2007 IFT Food Expo

The Chinese pavilion at the IFT Food Expo was like a ghost town.

Farm Bill Needs Reform, Not Just Renewal

This country needs a farm bill that reduces excessive taxpayer-funded subsidies to wealthy farmers and eliminates agricultural market distortions.

Near-Record Crowd at 2007 IFT Expo

A near-record crowd sampled ingredients healthy and exotic.

Next-Generation Manufacturing Models Taking Hold in Food Industry

The food industry may not be ready for lights-out automation, but some next-generation manufacturing models are taking hold.

New Sources and Applications for Omega 3 Oils

Omega 3 oils were already simmering as a trend a dozen years ago. Newer sources and applications technology are driving interest in these healthful fats even higher.

Organic and Healthy Losing Meaning Through Overuse

Do the terms "organic" and "healthy" lose their meaning when they're applied to every food and beverage product? There’s danger in blurring lines between what is organic or healthy and what is merely marketed as such.

Go Green with Next Generation Packaging

A new generation of packaging materials makes it difficult not to go green.

Quaker Mini Delights

Quaker takes the health halo of rice cakes, adds other grains and drizzles it with chocolate to create Mini Delights.

Food Biz Kids: Raisin Bran Crunch Cereal Bars

"Raisin Bran", "Raisin Bran Crunch Cereal Bars", "Food Biz Kids", cereal, breakfast, Kellogg

Sensory Evaluation Equipment Gathers Unbiased Data

No processor can afford to be wrong creating a new product. It pays to gather unbiased data in the form of sensory evaluation.

Health and Nutrition Myths

In previous columns I’ve written about the persistence of certain health and nutrition myths, especially the salt and sodium one, that healthy adults are at risk of developing high blood pressure based on salt intake. But there are others.

Cinnamon's Impact on Blood Sugar

One way or another, we all know cinnamon. And the spice (actually, tree bark) enjoys a well-known reputation for health based on popular herbal lore.

New Beverages for Beauty and Health

Nutraceutical beverages are extending beyond helping us feel better to helping us look better, too.

Ingredients for Energy and Immunity

One of the hottest trends is designing and marketing foods and beverages promising quick fixes to our energy- and health-deprived society.

Snapple Introduces Classic Black Teas

Snapple takes a page from Starbucks in introducing Classic Black Teas in ready-to-drink bottles.

Supplier Collaboration Creates Successful Products

Six successful products that resulted from intimate collaboration with ingredient suppliers.

2007 R&D Survey - Marketing Plays a Bigger Role than Before

Our annual survey finds marketing playing a much bigger role in every step of the product development process.

Marketing to Facts vs. Myths

Recently I've become acutely aware of the growing number of food products on the market labeled as "gluten free."

Acerola Features High Antioxidant Levels

Oranges, strawberries and peppers don't come close to the anitoxidant punch a little fruit called acerola does.

Risky Business - Counterfeit and Fake Parts

The savings can be short-term when replacing OEM parts and assemblies with ones of questionable origin.

New Rules on Reporting Contamination

Manufacturers will not have the option of handing recalls quietly. Information may even appear on FDA's web site.

Dairy Processors Explore New Packaging Concepts

Lessons can be learned from dairy processors that are designing packages to attract kids, boost brands and deliver convenience.

Our Favorite Food Products of 2007

After 11 months of shopping, we reveal the 10 new products we buy ourselves and why we love them.

The Importance of Aroma

Aroma is the first cousin of taste. In fact, much of what we call taste is an intricately entwined matrix of flavor, aroma chemicals and texture or mouthfeel.

Spice Research Reveals Benefits

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.

Report from Worldwide Food Expo 2007

Where's the next trend? Food Processing's editors scour the expo to report the industry's latest and greatest.

Report from Pack/Process Expo 2007

Food safety and sustainability were the hot topics at this annual exhibition.

Expert Opinion: Wellness in Crisis

Good health, for those of us fortunate enough to possess it, may be the most overlooked and underappreciated of life's blessings. That is, until it’s lost.

Studies Boost Chocolate's Popularity

Recent studies are giving chocolate a further boost in popularity.

Most Pressing Regulatory Issues of 2008

The most pressing regulatory issues of 2008.

Wellness Ingredient Trends 2008

There are trends in wellness that are so overarching as to be rote; obesity, diabetes and heart disease are really “megatrends.” The ingredient trends within them, however, are where processors will need to focus their energies.

Trends from New Consumer Research

Survey reveals that Americans’ familiarity with foods that can provide benefits beyond basic nutrition is at an all-time high.

Soyfoods Not a Panacea

Soyfoods are not a panacea, and many questions about their health effects remain.

Ingredient Trend Predictions for 2008

Editor David Feder makes ingredient trend predictions for 2008.

Wellness and Environmental Responsibility

Editor David Feder offers this adjunct piece to December’s annual All Trends issue focuses on a growing aspect of foods and beverages targeting wellness – that of environmental responsibility.

2007 Capital Spending Report

Economic uncertainty clouds 2008 capital forecast.

Cupuacu: The Next Great Superfood?

Another South American "superfruit" is caught between hype and possibility.

Corn Syrup’s Sticky Situation

High-fructose corn syrup is not bad for you – not that it matters.

Orange Juice Pushes Boundaries Of Functional Ingredients

Today’s O.J. is pushing the boundaries of functional ingredients while widening its appeal.

Consider alternative and renewable energy sources

Solar and wind power, biogas and biodiesel may solve your company’s energy problems as well as its green initiatives.

Food Biz Kids: 'Weird' flavor pairing works

"The outside crunches, the middle squishes." Kids give their opinions on strawberry lime gum from Trident Splash.

Choose The Right Plant Flooring

Avoid problems with the right choice in flooring.

2008 Annual Manufacturing Survey: Safety Main Priority, But Green Catching Up

Food safety is still the chief concern of processors, but the ‘green’ trend shot up the charts too; 77 percent see growth this year.

Mars Discusses Product Development Process

R&D, marketing and plant ops sift through a pipeline full of product ideas with supply chain playing a pivotal role.

New Ingredients And Flavors For 2008

2008 will see innovative ingredients and applications to match the increasingly sophisticated tastes and concerns of health-conscious consumers.

Food Biz Kids: Healthy Chips Get Mixed Reviews

'More flavor, please.' New healthy chips don't pass the taste test with these kids.

Organic Foods Help Environmental Responsibility

Another reason to reformulate for organics: environmental responsibility.

Wal-Mart Packaging Scorecard Rates Packaging Sustainability

Beginning this month, the retailer’s Packaging Scorecard helps suppliers gauge the relative sustainability of their packaging.

New Food Product Spotlight: Oscar Mayer Deli Creations

While no healthier than fast food, Oscar Mayer Deli Creations Complete Sandwiches delighted our taste testers with components and convenience in a hot package.

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?

Aloe Catching On In Popularity

Aloe's popularity as a food or beverage ingredient never caught on in the past, but now that's beginning to change.

Gluten-Free A Growing Market

According to research data, even though fewer than 1 percent of the U.S. population have been medically restricted from ingesting gluten, the category has taken off enormously.

Pulses - A Versatile, Sustainable Superfood

Pulses – peas, beans, chick peas and lentils – are healthy, versatile, gluten-free and environmentally friendly, proof that great things come in small packages.

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.

Some Health Claims In Dispute

FDA is re-evaluating health claims for soy, antioxidant vitamins and fat-cancer.

Are Clones In The Food Supply Really A Good Idea?

The food industry should fund a forum to assess the advisability of clones in the food supply.

Negative Soy Reports Don't Add Up

After examining a surge of negative soy reports, experts are finding they don’t add up.

Healthy Eating a Struggle

Helping consumers find enjoyment in fruits, vegetables and grains is a huge opportunity for processors and retailers.

New Promises for Chocolate

Chocolate has been building a deliciously healthy reputation as a result of research into the benefits of its unique phytochemicals.

Beef Recall Raises Tempers Over Animal Cruelty

Editor David Feder hopes this adjunct editorial about the nations biggest food recall over suspect beef and animal cruelty will make you as angry as he is.

Food Processors Target Women's Heart Health

Heart disease kills several million women each year, but food processors are targeting it in the campaign to enhance women’s heart health.

Energy Costs Force Cooking Innovation

Energy costs are forcing innovations on the traditional cooking processes.

Food Processors Need To Reconsider Energy-Intensive Systems

After decades of cheap fuel, processors need to reconsider energy-intensive systems for cooking, refrigerating and transporting food products.

Pros And Cons Of Food Recall Authority

There are reasons why giving FDA recall powers may not have a positive impact on food safety.

Trends In Mixing And Blending

As food ingredient trends go, so go trends in equipment.

Trendy Fruits, Nuts, And Vegetables

From heirloom potatoes and tomatoes to near-superfruits cranberries and blueberries, consumers are nuts about nature’s health benefits.

Consumers Look To Food For Brain Health

Consumer quest for preserving brain health is propelling awareness of ingredients to maintain or improve cognitive function.

New Iron Formulations Make Iron-Rich Foods Easier

New formulations for iron are making it easier for processors to include the vital metal in beverages and foods.

Enhanced Waters Mean Instant Nutrition To Consumers

Enhanced waters are the preferred choice of consumers seeking nutrition and wellness in an instant format.

Software Helps Plants Integrate Cross-Functional Platforms

Islands of automation are giving way to plant-wide (even enterprise-wide) efforts that yield performance analysis and front-office profit maximization.

New Green Products And Techniques For Plant Sanitation

New products and techniques can effectively kill the bugs in environmentally friendly ways.

Special Report: 2008 R&D Survey

Our annual survey finds R&D adapting to tighter economic times.

Top-Selling Food Products of 2007

Last year’s top new products focused on low-sodium, probiotics and fiber to manage health problems, according to the annual IRI list.

Find Outside Product Development Help While Still Keeping Your Secrets

You can still keep your secrets while gaining new perspective and expertise by finding outside product development help.

How to Manage International Expansion

You can’t run foreign plants from Springdale or Buffalo, but you can put in place the proper local infrastructure to increase the chances of success.

How to Make Planned Shutdowns a Safer Bet

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 ...

Corn-Based Ethanol an Unexpected Obstacle to Sustainability

In addition to driving up food prices, corn-based ethanol is standing in the way of developing other alternative fuels.

Pepperidge Farm Develops Double-Fiber Bread

Pepperidge Farm does its competitors one serving better, delivering a tasty whole-grain bread that might take some getting used to.

Snack Manufacturers Drive Packaging Innovation

Snack food manufacturers are some of the most innovator packagers. Portion control, convenience and sustainability are driving their changes.

Food Biz Kids: Hahn’s Yogurt and Cream Cheese Spread a Great Bagel Topper

Combining yogurt and cream cheese is a winning combination.

Ensuring Safe Ingredients

The supply chain is in the capable hands of processors

Growing Trends in Healthful Baby and Toddler Foods

The growing trends in healthful foods finally spilled over to better foods for babies and toddlers

How Seven CEOs will Change the Food Industry

Fourteen of the 15 largest food companies have changed CEOs in the past three years. Here’s a look at how seven of them will change the food industry.

The Rise and Fall of the FMI Supermarket Show

The rise and fall of the FMI Supermarket Show

Renovate for Sustainability

Environmental sustainability and its little brother, energy efficiency, drive many current plant renovations.

Lignans A Valuable Component of Flax

We’ve been putting flax on our cereal as a plant source of highly valuable omega-3 fatty acids, but look for the word lignan to begin popping up on labels of foods with added flax, much as isoflavones became the reason for our expanded appetite for soy products.

Vitamin B12 Pumps Up Energy Drinks

When formulating energy drinks for consumers, beverage manufacturers rely on Vitamin B12.

Footage from Natural Products Expo West 2008

David Feder speaks with Naturex's Jacques Dikansky, Melissa's World's Robert Schueller, Blue California's Cecilia McCollum and Lipogen's David Ruttenberg at this year's Natural Products Expo West

Toops Blog: Color controversy

Claiming a link to hyperactivity in children, CSPI petitions FDA to ban artificial food colors.

More Choices on Restaurant Menus in 2008

Name of the game for restaurant menus in 2008 – more choices

Progressive Companies Uplift Snacking

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

2008 Food Processing Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey

Our second annual Salary & Job Satisfaction Survey's recurring theme of “More work dumped onto fewer people” continues.

Computerized Combination Weighers Eliminate Product Give-Away

Computerized combination weighers remain a mainstay, piecing together profits by eliminating product give-away

Pure Pacific Organics Installs Automated Inspection System

Salinas, Calif.-based Pure Pacific Organics processes healthy foods, including organic fresh-cut products such as spring mix, baby spinach and more. Product quality and food safety are the driving forces, which led the company to search for an automated inspection system.

Replacement Ingredients Ease Concerns of Worried Consumers

For every ingredient challenged by consumers, ingredient suppliers have an alternative.

Predictive Maintenance Environment in Food Processing Plants Provides Early ...

Maintenance is moving from preventive to predictive mode with condition monitoring, maintenance system upgrades and the promise of easier integration.

Baby Boomer Nutrition High Priority for Food Processors

Nutrition has become baby boomers’ antidote for most of the negative effects of aging.

Aging Baby Boomers Devoting Nutrition and Money to Maintain Eye Health

Nutrition’s role in eye health has become a topic of conversation, no doubt correlating at least somewhat with the aging of the baby boomers.

Nutraceutical-Enhanced Alcoholic Beverages Gaining Popularity

The idea of “better-for-you booze” might seem like an oxymoron, but brewers and distillers are toasting the emerging market for nutraceutical-enhanced alcoholic beverages.

Top Food and Beverage Companies for 2008: Succeeding in a Difficult Year

Tyson returns to the top, PepsiCo, Nestle turn in stellar years in our annual ranking of the largest food and beverage companies in the U.S. and Canada.

Tyson Defends Chinese Poultry Imports

Tyson executive defends imports of Chinese poultry.

IFT Showcases Obesity-Beating Methods

Between satiety-inducing ingredients and a Wii workout, we may beat obesity yet.

A&W Root Beer Float Re-Creates a Nostalgic Experience

With some complexity, Dr Pepper Snapple Group’s A&W Root Beer Float re-creates a nostalgic experience.

Contract Pest Control Programs Keep the Bugs Away

In addition to pest control, programs provide valuable third-party record-keeping.

Food and Beverage Companies Go Green

Consumers are making choices based on sustainability efforts; here’s what the top food and beverage companies are doing

Don't be Guilty of Greenwashing

Deceptive efforts deserve criticism; but let us know about your best efforts to save the planet.

The Wrong Texture Can Be a Disaster

The wrong texture can completely change the perception of flavor and turn a winning formulation into a chalky or gummy mess.

Hormel Pursues Green-Building LEED Certification for Plant

For a new shelf-stable meals plant, Hormel will pursue green-building LEED certification. We’ll follow the plant throughout the process.

Packaging Puts a New Spin on Old Products and Adds Convenience to New Ones

Frozen food processors are using packaging to put a new spin on familiar products and add convenience to new ones.

Green initiatives in the UK

Part of our Green Cover Story series

True North Pistachio Crisps Merge Chips, Crackers, and Nuts

Frito-Lay creates another new brand and another new category with True North Pistachio Crisps.

Consumers Spending Less on Wellness, More on Consumer Electronics

Consumers spending less on wellness, more on consumer electronics.

A Conversation with Food Safety Czar David W.K. Acheson

A exclusive conversation with ‘food safety czar’ David W.K. Acheson, FDA’s Associate Commissioner for Foods.

Ingredient Manufacturers Turn Powder Into Health Gold

Fruit and vegetable powders, extracts and super-concentrates are making five-a-day easier.

Wal-Mart’s Scorecard Drives Sustainable Packaging

The retail giant is beginning to scrutinize suppliers based on the scorecard and package modeling software.

Food Processors Scramble to Reduce Carbon Footprint

Operating costs and the environment have food processors scrambling to reduce carbon emissions.

Consumers Choosing Healthier Foods

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

Ingredients for Healthy Indulgence

Just a few tricks can deliver products consumers will buy that also are good for them.

Energy Drinks Fight Fatigue

B vitamins, taurine, caffeine, guarana and exotic sugars help fight fatigue.

Supply Chain Pressures Cause for Conflict

Who’s managing whom? In a year of unprecedented pressures, our exclusive joint survey finds a tug of war between food processors

New Food Bars Designed To Put Health In The Palm Of Your Hand

No longer styled just for candy, food bars are making it easier to have a healthy snack on the go.

Unilever SuperShots for Blood Pressure

Unilever takes the Promise brand further down the heart-health road with SuperShots for Blood Pressure.

Food Company Executives Remain Optimistic

Substantial consumer price increases may remedy increasing costs.

The Evolving Whole Grain

As grain processing and consumer tastes progress, processors answer with new products.

Children's Nutrition Has a Growing Role in Formulation

The old Victorian aphorism, “Children should be seen and not heard,” once was the guiding principle of food formulation. No longer.

Partnering with Others Offers Mutual Benefits

Partnering with others to make your product -- or theirs -- offers benefits to both partners.

Hygiene Vital for Food Processors

Recent food scares remind processors: Pay attention to the basics of personnel hygiene.

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