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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.

Product Focus: Ancient Grains

Product developers and chefs have embraced ancient grains for use in all types of foods, beyond traditional baked goods. Here, we highlight several products worth taking a look at.

Customized Holiday Food Products

Customized holiday food products will spread good cheer ... and your name, according to Diane Toops, in her monthly Food Processing column.

New Food Rollout: Best New Food Products of April 2009

Fun treats and good-for-you eats take top nods on this month's New Food Rollout.

Rollout: New Food Products for July 2009

We've got an mix of healthy foods and beverages, snack foods, baby goods and easy-to-prepare meals in the July 2009 New Food Rollout.

June 2009 Food Funnies: You Write The Cartoon Caption

Food Processing introduces Food Funnies, a new monthly feature guaranteed to give you a good laugh.

Food Funnies: You Write the Cartoon Caption March 2012

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

MRO Q&A: Is A Mechatronics Process Worthwhile?

A reader asks if the machine design process would be a good fit at his pickle processing plant.

Wake Up and Smell the Coffee

Starbucks Plans to Remove High Fructose Corn Syrup from Baked Goods; Some Say That's Not Such A Grande Idea

Betty Crocker Gluten-Free Dessert Mixes Wins the 2010 Edison Best New Product...

General Mills' Betty Crocker Gluten Free Dessert Mixes Wins the 2010 Edison Best New Product Award in the Consumer Packaged Goods Food Segment

60 Minutes Takes the Flavor Industry to Task

"Why do you have to make food taste so good?"

Global Consumer Goods Associations to Merge

Consumer goods, transportation leading RFID push, CompTIA study shows

Marketing Insights: When It Comes To Brand Longevity, Is It Good Luck Or Good...

Goya's 75 years is a tribute to a great company but is also a testament to sound marketing.

Made in Taiwan: Good Food, Good Principles

The heart of Asia celebrates its food, its culture and its progress toward culinary stardom.

Food Biz Kids: Triple Double Oreo Twice as Big Not Twice as Good

Our young testers ask about the chocolate treat: 'Does the world need another Oreo?'

Food Processors Working to Produce Healthier Baked Goods

Bakers are answering consumer demands for healthier breads and snacks with ancient grains and old-fashioned fiber.

Editor's Plate: Green, Sustainable, Good

Take the time to assess your company's sustainability efforts.

Flavor Trends Favor Spicy and Sweet at the Same Time

As consumers broaden their culinary horizons, the demand for sweet, spicy and savory food combinations is growing.

Strategies for Making Heart-Healthy Products: Take out the Bad and Put in the...

While doubts increase about soy and sodium, there's no debating the wisdom of developing heart-healthy foods.

Are Clones In The Food Supply Really A Good Idea?

The food industry should fund a forum to assess the advisability of clones in the food supply.

Dairy: It Does the Product Good

New research returns dairy to the forefront of conversations involving diet and health.

Good Times Mean Acquisitions for Food and Beverage Companies

Hoarded cash and low interest rates are put to use in strategic buying.

If food smells good, it’s good for you

Scientists say aromas often signal compounds with health properties. That is, the odors from foods ranging from garlic and onions to ginger and strawberries may be nutritional signals that the human nose has learned to recognize.

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.

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