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New Food Rollout for February 2006

Hershey's Kissables; Birds Eye’s Herb Garden Collection; Quaker Life with yogurt; DiGiorno’s wheat pizza; Cheez-It Fiesta; Seattle’s Best Coffee at home.

One Year of LEED - Kettle Turns Green to Gold

One year after the dedication of what it claims is America’s first LEED Gold-certified food manufacturing plant, Kettle Foods says it’s seeing a significant financial return on the environmentally friendly plant.

Food Industry Q&A: Steven Jilleba

Food Processing speaks with with Chef Steven Jilleba, Corporate Executive Chef at Unilever Food Solutions North America.

Tyson Foods Not Just a Chicken Company Anymore

Tyson Foods, no longer just a chicken company, is now the largest food processor in North America.

2006 Processor of the Year: Kellogg Co.

Its 2001 acquisition of Keebler not only grew the company and brought it into the world of snacks, it forced a financial and manufacturing discipline that serves Kellogg well today.

Make the Dietary Guidelines Mandatory

Maybe the time has come for a little health fascism. Historically, it made for well-disciplined railroad schedules.

Market View: What is Sustainability and What Is it Worth?

Just because some people are begging for sustainability in products does not mean they will pay for it or give up other attributes to get it.

Men toss it on the barby

When It Comes To Flavors, The Heat Is On

It used to be only some like it hot; today, everyone enjoys spicy foods.

It's Time for Open RFID

The software industry had Linux. What will RFID users have to "open" up their systems? It's time to put enabling technology in the hands of the masses, argues Daniel Deavours.

Training Programs Develop America as an Effective Future Economy

Training is an important aspect of developing America as an effective future economy. Learn some of the reasons why training goes awry and how to successfully implement a training program.

Diamond Foods Seeks to Sell its Business in Pieces

Diamond Foods has failed to find a buyer for the entire $1-billion snack foods company, so says it will explore the sale of individual brands.

2011 Trends - What The Housewares Show Foretells For Food Processing

The Housewares show, sponsored by the International Housewares Association, is only tangential to the food and beverage processing industry, but it's where you first see food trends like microwave ovens, crock pots and single-serve coffee machines, which of course do impact the foods you make. ...

Louisiana Economic Development Behind ConAgra's Choice to Build Delhi Plant

Green Plant of the Year winner ConAgra cited Louisiana's economic development organization as being critical to the selection of Delhi for its award-winning facility.

Clean Slate on Clean Labels

Purer food formulation is becoming a standard, and therefore, extends to clean labels. But developing clean label products isn't as easy as it sounds.

Science Degrees Can Be Used to Mislead

"Vitamin E is harmful", "salt is poison", "organic cookies decimate the endangered orangutan habitat" and "the childhood obesity crisis is a red herring made up by the liberal media." These assertions are just a sampling of the flagrant misuses of science degrees by people who should know better....

Food Biz Kids: Cheez-It Baked Snack Crackers – Pepper Jack

A cheesy and spicy cracker treat so tasty our 7th and 8th grade reviewers deemed it good enough that 'Even my great grandma enjoyed these.'

Interstate Bakeries Readies Its Exit from Bankruptcy Protection

Interstate Bakeries Corp. reached concession agreements with its two largest unions in November that should prevent the Kansas City, Mo., company from being sold off piecemeal and allow it to exit bankruptcy protection any day now.

Heinz to Build New Frozen Food Facility

The H. J. Heinz Company (NYSE: HNZ) announced it will build a new manufacturing facility in Florence, S.C., to support its high-growth frozen meals business in North America. Heinz will operate the new 225,000-square foot state-of-the-art factory that will create 350 new jobs.

New Nonthermal Processes Offer Multiple Advantages to Food Companies

Food processing’s great paradox is thermal treatment, which preserves but also destroys food nutrients. Having the cake and eating it, too, is the goal of multiple technologies, chief among them HPP.

Mars Breaks Ground on $250 Million Plant in Topeka

Mars opens its first new U.S. chocolate plant in 35 years.

It's Okay to Leave in Calories and Fat

Ingredient solutions at the recent IFT show indicate it’s OK to leave in a few calories and some fat.

Organic beef outstanding in its field

Organic certification has been granted for 55,000 acres of Northern California grasslands for Panorama meats to raise its organic, grass-fed beef cattle.

Beer is losing its fizz among the drinking set

Though beer is still the most-quaffed alcoholic beverage in the country by far, it is slowly losing its grip around the marketplace edges. From 1998 through last year, beer's share of all alcohol servings slipped from 59.6 percent to 58.1 percent.

Social Media Paves Way for Food Processors to Get in Touch with Consumers

Social media is paving the way for the food and beverage industry to get in touch with its consumers.

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