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New North American representative named, local groups being formed.
Food Processing presents research data for the top 100 Food and Beverage companies in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008
Food industry mergers and acquisitions continue to rise amid credit turmoil and foreign investment.
A new report warns the popularity of ethanol could have a greater impact on the food supply than previously predicted. The environmental group Earth Policy Institute said 79 new biorefineries are being built, but a key industry count lists only 62, causing experts to underestimate the amount of ...
The biennial show of the American Meat Institute and Intl. Dairy Foods Assn. will be Oct. 24-27 in Chicago.
Ketchup kids can draw with; baked pork rinds; whole-grain Goldfish; crispier home-made fries; another Special K; Monterey Gourmet in the frozen category
Food Think Tank website offers comprehensive list of mobile device and tablet apps for consumers that want access to healthy food.
The Wright Group introduces SuperCoat Omega 3, a microencapsulated omega 3 fatty acid.
As an ethnic group, Hispanics are approaching 25 percent of the population; their influence on flavors and product development is even bigger.
The understaffed, underfunded FDA faces soaring demands without required additional resources.
By 2007, sales of kids foods and beverages could reach as high as $38 billion or more.
Color manufacturers are following the "natural" trend by working closely with food, beverage and drug manufacturers to create and stabilize colors derived from natural sources.
MRO Q&A is a Food Processing series addressing maintenance, repair and operational issues in food plants.
Center for Science in the Public Interest Report Card indicates few food and entertainment companies have any policies in place at all.
Fortune.com reveals the most admired food companies on its yearly list.
After preparing for the worst, most food & beverage companies saw decreases in sales but increases in profits in 2009.
National Association for the Specialty Food Trade honors most innovative specialty foods.
Are you familiar with guarana, yerba maté and choline? They and other performance-enhancing ingredients are providing quite a boost - for consumers and for sales of certain foods and beverages.
Farmers, ranchers, food processors and distributors rally to support the non-profit.
Fiber is the forgotten carbohydrate. Inulin, naturally derived food fiber, may just change all that.
Where's the next trend? Food Processing's editors scour the expo to report the industry's latest and greatest.
Unilever, ConAgra, Del Monte and Pinnacle will look significantly different once the dust settles.
The Food Institute recorded a total of 381 mergers in the larger food and beverage industry in 2011, an increase of about 20 percent over the 317 deals in 2010.
Editor Dave Fusaro urges processors to make the most of USDA's new Food Pyramid.
While the hand-held breakfast niche is hot, the rest of the frozen food category mounts an ad campaign to reverse the slide.