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FDA releases software to aid food facility defense

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a new tool to help growers, packers, processors, manufacturers, warehousers, transporters and retailers in the food industry determine the vulnerability of individual food facilities to biological, chemical or radiological attack.

Sun Shines Again on Thailand

After devastating 2011 floods, the Land of Smiles (and great food) resumes its quest to be 'kitchen of the world.'

Investors Betting Heavily on Early-Stage Food Companies

Like Lilliputians lashing down Gulliver, small food companies are chipping away at the market share of Big Food. The question is, will the end game change?

Sanitary Conveyor Features Removable Wearstrips

Nercon's stainless steel modular belt conveyors are said to be ideal for handling raw food, bulk food, packaged food and pharmaceutical products.

Category: Equipment

Product Type: Sanitation & hygiene

Manufacturer:
Nercon

Will Food Be at the Center of the 2016 Election Plate?

Tasty, inexpensive food produced in a sustainable manner sounds like a hippie pipedream. If it is, the 45th U.S. president may be ready to take a toke.

Building a Healthier Beverage

Pop the top and hoist a cold one to the new approaches in making drinkables that function as more than mere thirst-slakers

IRI Identifies Key Food Trends for 2009

Watching the 2009 numbers come in, IRI has identified some key trends for 2009:

Food Funnies: You Write the Cartoon Caption August 2012

August edition of Food Processing's Food Funnies, a monthly feature guaranteed to give you a good laugh.

DuPont Awards for Packaging Innovation

For 22 years, the polymer company has honored the best in new packages.

Mergers & Acquisitions Activity Returning to Pre-2008 Levels

With 322 total mergers and acquisitions recorded in 2010, the food and beverage industry is seeing the highest M&A figure since 2008, and about even with the 2005 figure.

Innovative Food Packaging Catches the Eye — and More

Savvy structural design adds functionality in new ways.

Farewell, My Friend, Adieu

The food industry says goodbye to one of its beloved friends.

FDA Misses FSMA Deadline - What Food Processors Can do to be Compliant for Later

The Food and Drug Administration was supposed to implement the preventive controls requirement and a voluntary qualified importer program but has not met its own requirement.

5 Risk Management Tips for the Food Industry

Comprehensive risk management can not only save a business its life, it can help a food industry business to increase profitability and long-term success.

An Overhauled and Better-Funded FDA Should Adopt Risk-Based Approach

With literally millions of locations to police, the FDA lacks the resources to sufficiently monitor the entire food supply.

Cargill Arkansas Plant Resumes Ground Turkey Production

Top 100 Food Processor Cargill recently resumed ground turkey production at its plant in Springdale, Arkansas after the Centers for Disease Control had detected a number of salmonella-related illnesses.

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.

Bumpy Road Ahead for Implementing the Food Safety Modernization Act

Almost six years after the landmark food safety law was signed, enforcement of FSMA will begin in September.

Bakery Trends Show Balance Between Delight and Lite

Convenience, premium products, wellness, nostalgia/comfort and global flavors are driving trends in the U.S. bakery industry.

A Closer Look at the Single Household

With the United States almost a household majority "single" nation, marketing expert John Stanton ponders if, or how, food manufacturers should adapt their marketing message.

Food Manufacturers Issue No-Fly Zones

Hollywood has its Dirty Dozen. In food production, the most-wanted list includes the Filthy 12.

Algae Gaining Popularity As Omega Oils Source

Whole Foods sounds a warning about how omega-3s are sourced while ingredient manufacturers find a way to add algae into the mix.

Amy's Kitchen: Entrée to Oregon

With a profit margin of just 3%, the organic frozen-foods company decided Medford's lower costs were a key ingredient for its new plant

Five Things to Know About PepsiCo CEO

With her personality, PepsiCo’s new CEO should shake up the whole food industry.

What Flooring System Would You Recommend for the Constantly-Wet Floors of a ...

Welcome to MRO Q&A, a Food Processing series addressing maintenance, repair and operational issues in food plants. We’ve assembled a panel of plant operations experts to answer any question you have on plant-floor issues. To pose a question, check out our <a ...

Bovines Over Broadway: Nothing Says New York Like Cultured Dairy Products

A Study of Satiety: Helping Consumers Feel Full with Fewer Calories

Protein, fibers and whole grains help consumers win the battle of the bulge.

On the Web: Job Hunting 2.0

New media means new rules when it comes to job hunting.

Controversies Arise About Health Hunger-Free Kids Act

Food companies are in for a huge task when it comes to curbing child obesity while making sure parents understand the financial and caloric costs of eating.

Packaging Trends: Kraft Foods Adds Cheese Packaging To Its Terracycle ...

Consumers can now upcycle cheese wrappers to earn money for non-profits.

Senate committee approves FDA/Food Safety Modernization Act

The following brief note comes from Leslie Krasny, a partner in the law firm of Keller & Heckman LLP, and a member of Food Processing's editorial advisory board.

Cadbury bets on protein to promote its new sports drink

The Americas Beverages division of Cadbury Schweppes is bringing out Accelerade, a liquid version of a product that has been sold for years in powdered form. A campaign that began this week includes new-media elements like a Web site (accelerade.com), podcasts, search-engine marketing and a chat ...

Smart Choices Logo Unveiled at ADA Meeting

Familiar-looking Smart Choices logo unveiled at ADA meeting.

Big Food’s Biggest Challenge: Regaining Consumer Trust

Rich Nanda has seen the future, and the future is more than a little scary for the largest food and beverage companies.

Ingredient Round Up: Savory Flavors

Food processing flavors that make consumer's mouths go mmmmm.

Guard Against Intentional Contamination

The food industry is fortunate Congress and FDA have not developed more specific requirements for food security.

Food Safety Case History: From Farmers Market to SQF

When Key Ingredient grew from hand-filling tubs of dips to automated processes, it needed a Mettler-Toledo Safeline metal detector.

Exhibitors Display Their New and Innovative Products at the 2009 IFT Show

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.

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.

Dairy Plants Ready for Food Safety Modernization Act

With HACCP plans already in place, dairies are on top of hazard control.

Editor's Plate: Breaking Up Is Not So Hard To Do

The current frenzy of split-up activity is just the circle of life in the food & beverage industry.

Infographic: The Public Perception of Food Safety

Hahn Public recently compiled a survey exploring the public perception of food safety and the impact a crisis can have on food brands and practices.

2010 Wellness Foods Readers' Choice Awards: Shining Nutraceutical Stars

Our annual voting for the top suppliers of healthful ingredients finds lots of satisfaction, despite the tough economy.

How Food Processors Can Avoid 'Natural' Disasters

With no federal guidance on how a product can be labeled as natural, how can companies compete while minimizing potential liability? There is no "one-size" answer, but several low-cost, effective solutions can help mitigate the risk.

Toops Scoops: RCA 2007 Annual Meeting Held in New Orleans

The Research Chefs Assn. annual meeting finds a Crescent City on the road to recovery.

A new R&D ‘kitchen’ for Sara Lee

Sara Lee Corp. in late January unveiled plans for "The Kitchens of Sara Lee," a multi-million dollar research and development campus to be located adjacent to the company’s year-old corporate headquarters in Downers Grove, Ill.

Food Funnies: You Write The Cartoon Caption: July 2009

Maybe you need a laugh. Maybe you have untapped creativity. Maybe you're aspiring writer. Whatever the case, Food Processing wants you to help us write a caption for our July Food Funnies cartoon.

Be Careful in Making Product Claims

Marketing claims, especially regarding 'natural,' raise your legal risks.

The Disappearing Middle Class

Contributing Editor John Stanton suggests that processors may need to learn how to market food to the "have-nots. "

Dakota Provisions opens new turkey plant

Dakota Provisions, a farmers' cooperative, is celebrating the grand opening of its new state-of-the-art turkey processing plant in Huron, S.D., on Saturday, Apr. 22.

2013 Processor of the Year: ConAgra R&D Does It All

Retail, commercial, some ingredients, and now private label, the product development team is busy and varied.

Power Lunch: Don't Ignore 100 Trillion Microbes

The crucial link between the gut microbiome and human health and disease sets the stage for a revolution in the food industry.

Wellness Foods HealthBites: February 2007

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

Equipment Round Up: September 2015

A monthly round-up of food and beverage manufacturing equipment chosen by our editors.

Natural Colors Contribute Micronutrients

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

2006 Top 100: Corporate Profiles 51-100

The top 100 food and beverage processing companies in the U.S. and Canada are profiled in this annual feature. Find company contact information, major brands, key executives and main product areas.

FMI cancels May events because of flu

The Food Marketing Institute (FMI) issued a statement regarding the decision to postpone the Future Connect leadership development conference scheduled for May 4-6 and the MARKETECHNICS technology event May 5-8, in Dallas, TX.

Uniform Handling Critical to Food Safety

In this exclusive interview, Al Baroudi, Ph.D., president of president of Food Safety Institute International, discusses what drives his relentless pursuit of food safety and what makes handling of uniforms a critical control point.

Editor's Plate: We Both Had a Pretty Good Year

2011 was kind to the food & beverage industry and to us. Let's both keep that head of steam going into 2012.

New Clues on Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Antioxidants extend the lifetime of irreplaceable photoreceptors and other retinal cells

Production Room can Boost Efficiency and Stretch the Dollar

Adding a new line? The production room can be the highest-value piece of the company to boost efficiency and stretch the dollar.

How Millennials Working in Food Differ from Baby Boomers

Food companies understand they must find, engage and retain millennials for their work forces if their businesses are to be sustained.

Top 10 Food Brands of 2005

Our picks for those trademarks that have withstood the test of time and forged an emotional connection with consumers.

President George W. Bush to Headline International Dairy Show

The International Dairy Foods Association announced that George W. Bush will lead off the International Dairy Show on September 13.

Ingredients and Processing Under One Roof

FPSA's Process Expo joins IFT's Food Expo for the first time this July.

Heinz To Merge With Kraft

Heinz is the buyer; will create 5th largest food & beverage company in the world, 3rd largest in North America.

Are You Ready for the Age of Transparency?

Food Processing and Putman Media Events have partnered with The Center for Food Integrity to bring you The Food Leaders Summit in 2015.

Land O'Frost Breaks Ground for New Headquarters

The Munster, Ind.-based facility will include fully-operational pilot plant and test kitchen.

Food Funnies: You Write the Cartoon Caption February 2012

February edition of Food Processing's Food Funnies, a monthly feature guaranteed to give you a good laugh.

Is Energy Efficiency Taking a Back Seat in Food and Beverage Manufacturing?

Energy efficiency is no longer a top-of-mind consideration for many food and beverage manufacturers, as increasingly it’s a standard feature in the machines and equipment they buy.

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.

Grocery Manufacturers Association Co-Sponsors First-Ever Inter-Industry ...

HHS, Trade Associations Join Forces to Enhance Safety of Consumer Products

HealthBites - August/September 2007

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

What are your Priorities For 2010 and Beyond?

What are the game changers for food processors? What do you need to get in front of in order to stay relevant?

Heart Health Becoming a Major Concern for Aging Baby Boomers

Food and beverage manufacturers look to grains and soy to help boost formulations.

Food Processing Poll: Has Your Company Reformulated Products for a Cleaner ...

Is your company reformulating any of its products for a cleaner label? Food Processing wants to know in this week's Food Poll.

Turmeric-Based Beverage Now with Probiotics

Temple Turmeric's new Holiday Spiced Lassi and Pure Fire Cider both contain one billion colony-forming-units of the patented spore-forming probiotic GanedenBC30.

Category: New Food Products

Product Type: Beverages

Manufacturer:
Temple Turmeric

FDA Reports on Allergen Contamination

If the food industry continues to show awareness of the dangers of food allergens, FDA and Congress likely will continue with a measured and deliberative approach.

The State of GMOs

For a generation now, most of the corn, soy, canola and sugar beets grown in the U.S. have been genetically modified. But non-GMO labeling is growing.

2010 Processor of the Year: TreeHouse Foods

Otherwise known as 'the biggest company you never heard of,' four former Keebler executives build a $2 billion company on private label.

WhiteWave, Hero Team Up for Chilled Fruit

WhiteWave Foods Co. inked a joint venture with Switzerland’s Hero Group to introduce chilled fruit products in North America.

Note to Snack Foods: Get Well Soon

Twin-screw extruders are key as processors crank out better-for-you 'salty' snacks.

IBM and Mars Are Applying Metagenomics to Food Safety

Can Food and Beverage Companies Weather Recessions?

GMA-commissioned 2009 Financial Performance Report finds the winning strategies, successful brands.

November 2005 Equipment Round-Up - Process Control

This product showcase highlights the latest advances in process control for the food processing industry.

Dimitrios Smyrnios Replacing Gregory Flack as New CEO at Schwan

The Minnesota-based company announced the former PepsiCo and Nestle executive has taken over as CEO effective immediately, succeeding the departing Gregory Flack.

Reese's Milk Chocolate Dipped Cookies with Peanut Butter

Our seventh- and eighth-graders say Reese's Milk Chocolate Dipped Cookies with Peanut Butter make 'a good come-home-and-eat snack for kids.'

How the FDA's Landmark Labeling Changes Affect Food Manufacturers

American's needs and eating habits have changed; so must the Nutrition Facts panel.

Developing Foods for Millennials

Millennials value freshness, authenticity, daring flavors and atypical eating occasions (like snacking). Food & beverage developers can capitalize on the food buying behaviors, influences, nutritional concerns and vast eating potential of this age group.

Organic Foods Help Environmental Responsibility

Another reason to reformulate for organics: environmental responsibility.

Anderson, Ind. Home to New Nestlé Factory and Beverage Distribution Center

Environmentally Friendly Facility, Product Reformulation Improves Nutritional Value for Consumers

Food Manufacturers Cling to Flexible Packaging

Flexible packaging formats continue to take the day for an array of foods and beverages.

A new era of responsibility

ConAgra Focuses on Brands, Revises Name

To highlight its focus on its brands, ConAgra Foods is changing its name to Conagra Brands.

3D Printing and Root-Cause Analysis Improve Machine Uptime

3D printing with metals and other materials is giving new life to old machines and improving newer equipment’s performance.

Food Safety Regulatory Outlook for 2014

While FDA is busy implementing more of FSMA, USDA will roll out its Salmonella Action Plan.

New Fruit Pouches Have Family-Friendly Appeal

Fruit Me Up fruit pouches to help on-the-go families get their daily fruit intake.

Category: New Food Products

Product Type: Fruits & Vegetables

Manufacturer:
Andros Foods

Natural Products Expo West 2014 Breaks Records

The companies are smaller but numerous, all claiming the Next Big Thing.

MRO Q&A: What to Watch Out for When Purchasing a New Facility

A reader asks for advice when conducting surveys of new facilities.

Food Marketing Institute

IFT 2014: Architects of the Future of Food

1,120 exhibitors at the June IFT Food Expo all play roles in the evolution of the food & beverage industry.

One Plastic Hopper Bin Replaces 7-8 Boxes

Reusable hopper bins prove a cost-effective crouton handling solution for Sugar Foods Corp.

Consumer Trends: Private Label is Here to Stay

As American consumers continue to add private label products to their shopping carts, consumer packaged goods and retail executives recently surveyed by Deloitte LLP agree: this is a trend that is here to stay.

FDA to Food Manufacturers: Remove The Trans Fats

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced today partially hydrogenated oils are not generally recognized as safe; it opened a 60-day comment period for food manufacturers to respond.

Better Process Control Made Possible by Fresh Approach to Old Challenges

Loss-in-weight systems and combination weighers are making the transition from dry-goods to wet- and viscous-product weight control.

Processors Look to Refrigeration When Analyzing Energy Costs

Opportunities abound to reduce a food plant’s energy load, but refrigeration is a logical place to start processors of frozen goods and other products.

Food Biz Kids: Kettle Bakes Pretzel Chips

Our panel of eighth-graders like that Pretzel Chips 'don’t have any fat.'

New iPhone App helps consumers get the 411 on food ingredients

Advice to Food Processing Suppliers: Adapt to stay innovative in the marketplace

Tom Egan, vice president, industry services, Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute, discusses key challenges and opportunities for suppliers.

Infographic: Specialty Food Industry Sales Top $100 Billion

Sales reached a record $109 billion in 2014 and keep outpacing conventional food sales, reports the Special Food Association, which furnished this infographic.

Ingredients for Healthy Indulgence

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

Ultra-High Pressure Processing Eliminates Salmonella in Fresh Tomatoes

Leader in Food Processing Technology offers insight to fresh food safety

Report: Recall Sprawl Attributed to Geographic Expansion, Large Scale Events

Expert Recall Index identifies geographic expansion and large-scale events among factors contributing to complexity.

Editor's Plate: The Dow Jones Average is Meaningless for Food Companies

Maybe AIG, Merrill Lynch and Chrysler are in trouble, but food companies are shining.

Regulatory Issues: More red tape

FDA proposes recordkeeping and administrative detention rules

Editor's Plate: The New Wave in Eating

WhiteWave, our Processor of the Year, see a future filled with organic, plant-based foods.

Microwave Oven Technology Turns Frozen Foods Into Gourmet

TrueCookPlus, a breakthough microware technology, does all the figuring for you.

Fruits and Nuts for the Future

The combination of sweet and fat will always be a siren song to the human palate. Nuts and fruits can fulfill this while delivering the components that make them true health foods.

CARU, 10 food companies announce huge changes in marketing to children

The Council of Better Business Bureaus (CBBB) and the National Advertising Review Council (NARC) last month announced two developments regarding advertising to children.

Survey reveals eroding consumer confidence in packaged goods brands

In a new IBM survey, a majority of consumers revealed the level of information consumer products companies provide on the contents, origins and environmental impact of their products greatly impacts their level of trust in those companies.

Food and Beverage Merger & Acquisition Activity for 2015

According to data, 2015 was one of the busiest years for deals in the food and beverage industry.

Caffeine Under Siege by the FDA

FDA investigation could be just the beginning of regulatory and litigation battles.

July 2007 New Ingredient Profiles

June/July's nutraceutical ingredient profiles include ribose habanero flavors, a flaxseed-fish oil combination, imitation bacon bits and pycnogenol.

American Frozen Food Institute Names Kraig R. Naasz President and CEO

The American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI) today announced the selection of Kraig R. Naasz as its new president and CEO.

GPI Seeks Entries for 2009 Clear Choice Awards for Best Glass Package Designs

Awards Go “Virtual” and Become Part of Recycle Glass Week

The New American Majority

How food and beverage marketers are targeting Hispanics, Asians and other fast-growing demographic groups.

Tyson Also Wants Hillshire Brands

$6.8 billion offer slightly beats Pilgrim's Pride/JBS; also cancels Pinnacle Foods deal.

Equipment Round-Up: February 2015

Our monthly round-up of manufacturing equipment hand-picked by us, the editors of Food Processing.

Consumers Face Barriers To Choosing Healthier Options When Eating Out

Unilever Food Solutions' latest World Menu Report finds what people want to eat more often than not wins over what they think they should eat.

Ecopackaging Part Of Continuous Improvement For Sustainability

Sometimes, the wellness element of a food or beverage is what’s on the outside.

Misdescriptive Geographic Labeling Misleads Consumers

McCormick Announces 2013 Flavor Forecast

The spice manufacturer revealed the flavor trends expected to drive global food innovation in 2013.

FDA Issues Labeling Guidance for Beer Products Made without Malted Barley and...

J&J Snack Foods Buys ConAgra's Frozen Handheld Business

Brands included in the agreement include Patio, Hand Fulls, Holly Ridge Bakery, Villa Taliano and Top Picks.

Yes, We Have No GMOs

The battle to label foods containing genetically modified organisms rages on, pitting proponents against those who anticipate an expansion of GMO crops and strategies.

Offset Research and Development Costs with Tax Credit

Updated regulations may offer a new means for increasing your bottom line.

2013 Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey: The Gloom Index Recedes

Wage increases averaging 2.65 percent and an easing of job-security concerns suggest food professionals and the industry are getting back on track.

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

Combining yogurt and cream cheese is a winning combination.

Happy Family Bought by Groupe Danone

Dannon parent acquires 92 percent of seven-year-old toddler food company.

Breakfast Processing Munches On

Whether you're General Mills or a mom-and-pop shop, vendors seem have a knack for faster deliveries and for turning custom designs into off-the-shelf offerings.

Healthful flour alternatives

Modern manufacturing practices are practically built around flour, making it a difficult ingredient to substitute for in the production of low-carb foods.

Rejuvenating Nostalgic Brands

When a product is entrenched in the cultural history, revitalizing the brand can be a balancing act between rejuvenation and sacrilege.

Cause-Marketing For Food Packaging Builds Image and Sales

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

Food Processing 2012 R&D Teams of the Year: An Apple Doesn't Fall Far From ...

Innovative cultures enable R&D creativity and success. Congratulations to ConAgra, Truitt Bros. and Kettle Cuisine.

Survey Showcases Dietary Differences Between Genders

A new survey showcases the dietary habits of men and women

DuPont Announces Price Increase for Various Resin Products

Raw materials continue to escalate as well as energy and transportation costs, necessitating the need for these increases.

Editor's Plate: Tempest in a Yogurt Cup

Moldy yogurt recall teaches Chobani – and every food processor – several painful lessons.

Kellogg's Strawberry Medley All-Bran Hides Fiber with Flavor

Kellogg Co. introduces All-Bran Strawberry Medley, which features bran flakes and squares with granola clusters and real strawberries.

How the Government Shutdown Affects the FDA

Food facility inspections, inspection of imported foods, follow-up inspections all will suffer due to the government shutdown.

ConAgra traces salmonella to leaky roof, sprinkler

Officials at ConAgra Foods Inc., Omaha, Neb., believe the cause of the salmonella that tainted Peanut Pan peanut butter was a leaky roof and malfunctioning sprinkler at its plant in Sylvester, Ga.

MRO Q&A: Why Do Good Plants Go Down?

MRO Q&A is a Food Processing series addressing maintenance, repair and operational issues in food plants.

Logistics Q&A: What risk does a CEO take on by not being concerned about ...

A new series focusing on plant operations and logistics.

FDA Denies Petition for GMO Labeling

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

WILD Leads the Way in Crossover Trends

With an array of new flavors, varied ingredients, assorted packages and diverse prices overwhelming the consumers in the food and beverage markets, manufacturers who meet the most needs will gain the most profits.

Annual Manufacturing Trends Survey: Squeezed

Food Processing's annual manufacturing trends survey found that most food processors are still skimping on capital spending

Research And Development Of New Applications For Chocolate Persist

Staying current with this perennial flavor means touting and creating health benefits and paying heed to global social issues.

Drug Research Firm Helping Kraft Develop Health Benefits

Medisyn Technologies Inc., a Minnetonka-based start-up that helps pharmaceutical companies discover new drugs, has signed a deal with Kraft Foods Inc. to help develop foods that offer specific health benefits.

Food Processing's Deep Pool of Experts

Food Processing has created a deep pool of experts for both [editors] and [readers] to draw upon, both in print and on the web.

Dean Foods Explores Sale of Morningstar Business

No buyer in mind; follows planned spin-off of WhiteWave-Alpro.

Four Key Food and Beverage Trends for 2010

Tate & Lyle identifies four key consumer-driven trends impacting brand transition from store shelves to consumer cupboards in 2010.

Designing Foods for Weight Loss

The key to success in today's complicated world of health and diet appears to be satiety.

2011 R&D Team Winner: Herr Foods Inc.

For our 2011 R&D Team of the Year winner (medium-sized company category), culture eats strategy for lunch.

A Stronger, Safer FDA

The agency's number one goal is "efficient, science-based risk management"

2009 Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey - Food Processors are Happier, Wealthier

Despite the economic upheaval, our third annual Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey shows an increase in pay while satisfaction holds steady.

Vote Now for Your 2010 R&D Teams of the Year

Food Processing wants to honor the best R&D teams at companies large and small. We've narrowed down the field to the following teams.

Food Biz Kids: Power Snacks Sunflower Kernels

Our panel of 8th-graders think spicy lime sunflower seeds are weird, but taste good and were a hit across the board.

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.

Smucker Natural Foods' Facility Awarded LEED Gold certification

Warehouse is the first LEED-certified building in Butte County, Calif. and is 94 percent 'off the grid'

Editor's Plate: If Nelson Peltz Ran PepsiCo

Due to a rift in the time-space continuum, we bring you this report from the March 2016 issue of Food Processing.

DSM Food Specialties opens technical “center of excellence”

DSM Food Specialties announces the creation of a North American technical “Center of Excellence” for the Savory Ingredients business unit in Belvidere, NJ.

MRO Q&A: What Kind of Floor Drain Components Should I Have for Meat and Dairy...

MRO Q&A is a Food Processing series addressing maintenance, repair and operational issues in food plants.

Is Ozone The Next Sanitation Superstar?

As processors gain greater understanding of the efficacy and proper application of ozone for equipment cleaning and direct contact with food, this oxidative molecule’s use in food processing will soar.

Kraft Investing in New Biscuit Research and Development Center in France

Meat Safety Under the Microscope

The initial bull market for beef created huge trade for low-priced, good quality meat. But it also opened the door to food safety and health issues.

Democrats Eye Regulatory Changes

We may see the creation of a Food Safety Administration, taking all food safety activities from FDA, USDA and EPA.

America's Pursuit Of Exotic Flavors Shows No Signs Of Abating

Exotic flavors filtered down through the ethnic medley of food-centered culture has opened American palates to flavorful combinations.

Dairies Target Energy, Water Use

While many food companies are addressing sustainable-manufacturing practices as part of social responsibility reporting, the dairy segment has more ambitious goals.

Maintaining Profitability in Trying Times

Food and beverage companies must be relentless on cost control and secure financing sources.

Why product development is lagging

2010 R&D Teams of the Year

A tip of the hairnet to Hormel Foods, Reser's Fine Foods and Annie Chun's.

Nestle To Spend $1 Billion in Mexico

Two new factories and an upgrade planned over five years.

Editor's Plate: New Year's Resolutions For Both of Us

Take this opportunity to set goals for the new year; I will.

Catching up is hard to do - Food and Beverage Industry News, August 24, 2012

Food an Accurate Measurement of Romantic Compatibility?

If you are looking for a perfect mate, you can check out Match.com or many other sites that promise to find you Mr. or Ms. Right. However, a recent study says there is a more accurate measurement -- food.

New Rules on Reporting Contamination

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

Bija Healing Teas Promote Good Health

Lynden, Wash.-based Flora Inc. adds four new flavors to its line of Bija Healing Teas to help promote optimal health.

An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Food Industry Success

“Quench Your Own Thirst” tells the story of Sam Adams & Co. and the nonlinear growth of the craft beer movement that Jim Koch played a central role in instigating. It’s also a useful how-to guide to creating a food company with integrity and managing it through the peaks and valleys of the ...

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