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November 2005 Ingredient Round-Up - Starches

This roundup of food starches offers solutions to a myriad formulation challenges.

December 2005 Ingredient Round-Up - Stabilizers

This quartet of ingredients doesn't play jazz, but its members sure can mellow out a feisty food product formulation.

Ingredient Round Up: July 2008 - Gums, Hydrocolloids, and Emulsifiers

July's Ingredient Round Up sticks to gums, hydrocolloids, and emulsifiers

New Additives Make Healthy Food Taste as Good as Junk Food

Scientists have come up with an idea that will make healthy foods taste as good as their fattening counterparts.

More Dietitians Are Involved in Food Formulation

The American Dietetic Assn.’s annual Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo had something a lot of recent food shows have been lacking: improvements.

A Good, Stable Year for Vanilla

With prices low and usage growing, the orchid may pop up in more applications.

July 2006 Equipment Roundup - Material Handling

This "baker's dozen" of material handling equipment spans a broad range of applications, from lift trucks to conveyors to belts.

January 2005 Equipment Round-Up - Pumps and Valves

Pumps handle some of the toughest jobs in a processing plant, yet are expected to perform with endurance, reliability and flexibility. Here we give them their due.

Culinary Adventures in Kosher Processing

Chef Jeffrey Nathan finds himself on a culinary adventure of the kosher kind.

PepsiCo President Zein Abdalla to Retire

Once considered heir apparent to chairman/CEO roles; no reason given.

Interstate Bakeries closing shop in SoCal

Interstate Bakeries Corp., the maker of the iconic Wonder Bread and other baked goods, said it will no longer make or sell bread in Southern Califonia, closing its bakeries in San Diego, Los Angeles, Pomona and Glendale.

January 2006 Equipment Roundup - Food Safety

Maintaining outstanding food safety can be a moving target, but as this showcase demonstrates, suppliers are constantly coming up with new ammunition.

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.

Sara Lee Net Income Rises 15%

Case History: Tubular Cable Conveyors Move Coffee Beans Gently, Efficiently

3,000 lbs. of coffee beans must be conveyed daily through the processes at Porto Rico Importing.

June 2008 New Product Rollout

New product introductions from Barilla America, Bertolli, Kraft Foods, Frito-Lay, Lean Cuisine, Kellogg Co., Brothers International Food Corp, Dinty, Chex and Pepperidge Farm

Equipment Round Up: Conveyors

December 2008 Equipment Round Up: Conveyors

Industry Executives on the Move

Industry Executives on the Move

DV-M2 Industrial Dry Vacuum Provides Maximum Filtration

The DV-M2 industrial dry vacuum uses 21.53 square feet of filter material that is pulled and pleated into pockets, drastically increasing the surface area of the filter and providing maximum filtration of fine particles.

Editor's Plate: The Circle of Life Continues

Companies come and go in the food & beverage industry. Let's celebrate the up-and-comers.

One year later, still no charges against Peanut Corp. of America

Hormel strikes deal with Second Harvest to fight hunger

America's Second Harvest - The Nation's Food Bank Network and Hormel Foods Corp. on May 23 announced the signing of a two-year partnership agreement to work together to combat hunger in the United States.

Smithfield swallows Sara Lee’s European meats business

Smithfield Foods, Inc., Smithfield, Va., announced June 27 that it has signed a purchase agreement to acquire the European meats business of Sara Lee Corp. for $575 million, plus the assumption of pension-related liabilities in an amount not to exceed $39 million.

Equipment Round Up: June 2015

A monthly round-up of manufacturing equipment hand-picked by editors of Food Processing.

December 2005 Packaging Roundup

A new, DuPont-sponsored survey found that nearly three quarters of U.S. consumers (72 percent) are willing to pay more for improved food and beverage packaging that guarantees freshness. This roundup of packaging materials will help processors meet consumers' expectations.

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