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Fusion Comes to Packaged Foods

From sushi chips to Thai French fries to panko bread crumbs on everything, fusion comes to packaged foods.

Ensuring Safe Ingredients

The supply chain is in the capable hands of processors

A Look At the Best-Selling New Food and Beverage Products of 2010

Innovation and a clean label is the recipe for new food and beverage product product pacesetters.

Food Processors Make Progress on Sustainability Goals in 2011

General Mills, Kellogg Co., Kraft and Purdue Farms talk about what they are doing to meet their sustainability goals.

Top-selling new products of 2012: IRI Reveals Annual New Product Pacesetters

The product analyst group finds consumer-centric innovation is driving revenue growth for CPG marketers.

China Pushing Hard on Food Safety

Former FDA associate commissioner returns from a Shanghai conference with new respect for the changes going on.

A Clean Label Challenge for Product Developers

Research chefs and R&D team leaders are tasked to balance product functionality with cleaner label statements.

Understanding Commodities: Price Certainty Vs. Supply Certainty

Farmers and food processors have relied on futures contracts as a pricing hedge for more than 100 years. A better hedge may be a supply hedge.

Equipment Round Up January 2009: Cleaning And Sanitation Products

January's Equipment Round Up focuses on cleaning and sanitation products.

August 2010 Marketing Partners

A list of the monthly marketing partners for FoodProcessing.com

Eliminating Consumer Skepticism in the Food and Beverage Industry

The Center for Food Integrity responds to the question of how to eliminate consumer skepticism with these 7 steps.

NSF International Announces Final Call for Food Safety Leadership Awards

Annual Awards Program Recognizes Outstanding Leadership in Foodservice Safety

United Way Awards Three Food Processors National Awards

United Way recognized Kellogg Company, General Mills and Procter & Gamble with top national award for community efforts.

Gum arabic agreement targets stable supplies

The Khartoum summit between leading gum producers Sudan, Chad and Nigeria and international firms and organizations could be a major breakthrough. It achieved a vital consensus on a number of crucial issues, not least the importance of building stockpiles of about a year’s worth of supplies.

Food Defense Conference coming to Atlanta

In order to enhance research agendas related to food protection and defense and to report important discoveries in these critical areas, the Institute of Food Technologists — in conjunction with the National Center for Food Protection and Defense — is convening a national research conference in ...

NSF Announces Recipients of the 2009 Food Safety Leadership Awards

NSF International announced the 2009 recipients of the sixth annual Food Safety Leadership Awards.

A Recipe for Growth in Packaged Foods

Follow the lead of upmarket entrepreneurs; break away from legacy behaviors.

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.

Editor's Plate: Science Doesn’t Matter

There’s proof this month that questionable ingredients can be replaced.

IRI's Annual New Product Pacesetters: Greek Is Still Spoken

Innovation by the three top food companies keeps yogurt atop IRI's annual New Product Pacesetters.

Processor of the Year 2016: Leaner Manufacturing Network Emerging At General ...

Changing directions takes time at a multi-billion-dollar corporation, but as the dust settles at General Mills, a slimmer, more nimble production network more receptive to outside innovation is emerging.

The Future of Colas Looks Dim

I can't live without diet soda, but sales of such brands as Diet Coke are really slipping again, and are poised to drop even further this year. In four years, they're projected to fade by as much as one-third since their heyday in 2009.

‘Ankle Biters’ Offer Food’s Old Guard New Age Tips

Giving the people what they want, or at least what retail and foodservice customers say the people want, is a guiding principle of industrial food production, but in today’s fragmented market, it’s often easier to say what some people don’t want than what most people want.

Packaging and Processing Converge at Pack Expo Las Vegas

Who says folks don't go to Las Vegas for the shows? This is one show food processors searching for innovations shouldn't miss.

ADM Reduces Energy Usage by 38%, Brings on Energy Director to Reduce another 15%

Archer Daniels Midland brought on Thomas Mort, CEM, as its corporate energy director in 2011. This year, the firm has completed $50 million of savings.

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