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High-Pressure Pasteurization, Other Technologies, Drive Improvements In ...

Extended shelf life, a clean label and quality assurance for ready-to-eat meats are benefits with appeal to processors, and high pressure is one of the technologies that deliver them.

New Recordkeeping Under the Bioterrorism Act

Food and drug law expert Leslie Krasny tells processors what to expect with the implementation of the Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness Act.

Natural Acrylamide in Food Faces FDA Scrutiny

Are warnings for acrylamide in foods informative, premature or preempted?

FDA Denies Petition on Whole Grain Descriptors

Currently, hundreds of products are marketed with “whole grain” statements, despite ambiguity concerning the regulatory status of descriptors such as “good” and “excellent” source.

Automation Technology in Food Production: For Man or Machine?

Bakery automation can carry a hefty price tag; the likelihood of realizing a return on investment is enhanced when the human part of the equation is addressed.

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.

Next Up for FSMA: The Human Element

Biological, chemical and foreign material contamination have been the focus of food safety, but FSMA adds another source to the equation: deliberate human actions.

Pasteurization Without the Heat

Cold pasteurization may be a regulatory non-starter, but kinder, gentler treatments are being commercialized, providing processors alternatives to conventional thermal treatments.

Food Processors Respond to Product Traceability With NGO Solutions

While a more responsive track-and-trace system is mandated under FSMA, processors are looking to private, nongovernmental organizations for technology and software solutions.

Safety and Prevention at the Heart of Powder and Bulk Materials Transfer

Explosion prevention and suppression in powder and bulk transfer is a top-of-mind concern for regulators and inspectors. Fortunately, suppliers with broad material-handling expertise help deal with it.

2014 Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey: So Happy Together

Job satisfaction is high and the 'average' salary of $97,303 is a 3.16 percent increase for this group.

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Federal Court Decides On Synthetic Organic Restriction

As a result of a recent federal court decision, the use of synthetic substances in processed organic products will be restricted in the future.

Almond Milk: Wonder Food or Flash in the Pan?

Are Americans healthy-eating aficionados or easily-spooked trendees, lurching from one food bandwagon to the next? Sales patterns in the non-dairy milk category suggest the latter.

Assessing Motors' Optimized Power Packages

Premium motors are just one of the upgrades food processors should consider when analyzing their power transmission systems.

Bakery Throughput Demands Can Be Met With Easier-To-Sanitize Equipment

Time spent cleaning is time not producing, but higher hygienic standards for bakeries need not mean a drain on throughput.

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.

Emerging Plant Technologies Help Processors Make Better Beverages

From micro-encapsulation to pulsed light, technology is providing processors with the tools needed to produce superior liquid foods.

2013 Capital Spending Outlook: Processors Invest in the Tools of Production, ...

Balance sheets look strong, but food companies are holding the line on capital projects, projecting only a 5.4 percent increase this year.

Plant Instrumentation Showing Positive Impact In Sanitation Process

CIP water and effluent can be controlled with instruments and monitoring systems.

Continuous Improvement in Metal Detection

Industrial metal detectors may be old technology, but greater sensitivity, fewer false rejects and ease of use are helping them maintain their relevance in food and beverage inspection.

Conveyor Upgrades Now Focusing More on Food and Plant Safety

Regardless of the product being made, conveyors move it through processing and packaging, and the conveyors used in food plants are being upgraded.

Dairy Processing Equipment Transitions from Tanks to Technology

Stainless steel tanks and kettles are synonymous with dairy manufacturing, but the long-term trend is toward continuous processes that don't require the tools of batch.

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