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New Food and Beverage Rollout: July 2013

Consumers can add some fun and flavor to their summer with July's new food and beverage products.

2015 R&D Teams of the Year: Healthful, Authentic, Wholesome

While often used together, those terms separately describe our 2015 R&D Teams of the Year: Bolthouse Farms, Ruiz Foods and Among Friends.

5 Rebel Food Industry Leaders

Changing the industry from within are Denise Morrison of Campbell Soup, Gary Hirshberg of Stonyfield Farm/Danone, Sam Reed of TreeHouse Foods, Scott Mandell of Enjoy Life Foods and Jim Koch of Boston Beer Co.

Coca-Cola Using More Corn-Based Sweeteners

Beverage manufacturer cites cost-cutting and expansion of contract-farming portfolio as reasons for using corn-based sweeteners.

Reasons to be Optimistic About Food

I'm glad Sara Lee chose Hillshire Farm over Wonderbra.

2015 R&D Team of the Year: Bolthouse Farms

Agile as a Small Company, Part of Something Bigger

Cause-Marketing For Food Packaging Builds Image and Sales

Labels, bottles and cans put cause-marketing messages in the hands of the consumer.

Focus on food safety from farm to fork opens opportunities for ...

The food industry’s efforts to maintain the integrity of the nation’s food supply and allay consumer concerns have helped to drive the overall market for cleaning and sanitizing chemicals used in food processing to nearly $1 billion in 2005.

Garlic's Growing Ap-peel

Flavor impact and medicinal benefits are boosting this bulb.

Campbell Joins Move to Cleaner Ingredients

Reformulated soups aimed at children arriving this month, other changes coming in 2016 and 2017.

Dow, DuPont May Merge

Advanced talks between DuPont and Dow Chemical could create another blockbuster merger.

Information On Legume Flour

Between the interest in fiber and food allergies and other health issues such as celiac disease, it’s time to spill the beans about these specialty flours.

New Ingredient Tools Put Safety in Foodservice

Processors must step up sanitation efforts when providing minimally processed foods.

The Private World of Private Label Food Brands

Will the category's 'quality copy-cat' reputation hold up after the recession?

Costco's E. Coli Chicken Salad Recall Expands

A recall from an E. coli scare in Costco's chicken salad is now spanning more than a dozen states.

Improving Flavors for Kids' Foodservice

Removing bitterness, getting children to enjoy vegetables plus other mysteries of improving children’s nutrition.

Congressmen Send Inquiries to Energy Drink Makers

Lawmakers ask 14 companies to justify marketing claims, explain labeling, hand over data.

FDA Denies Petition for GMO Labeling

Center for Food Safety's petition 'does not provide sufficient evidence' of any difference or danger.

Wellness Foods HealthBites: April 2008

What's happening in the world of nutrition and health.

Analysis distorts organic market in Canada

The recent analysis of Statistics Canada's data on organic fruit and vegetable production collected between 2000 and 2003 presents a distorted picture of the market for Canadian produced organic products, according to the Organic Trade Association (OTA).

'Food Sense' Documentary Coming to Public TV

Looks like a positive view of the food supply

What's the Best Way to Dehydrate Fruits and Vegetables?

Whether you're dehydrating your own raw material fruits and vegetables or buying them dried, it's worth considering how they got that way.

Moo-to-you may become moot-to-you

Nearly 18,000 people wrote the government over the summer and fall to protest arcane new rules that may kill off the iconic Smith Brothers Dairy, as well as two other family-owned Northwest milk farms. But that eye-popping opposition from the public had no effect on the U.S. Department of ...

3rd U.S. case of mad cow disease found in Alabama

The third U.S. case of mad cow disease has been confirmed on a farm in Alabama, the Agriculture Department has announced.

What's in a Name? The Avocado Story

In 1915, a group of California farmers reinvented the humble ahuacate. The fruit now known as avocado has a buttery, nutty flesh unlike any other and presents a mouthwatering array of serving options.

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