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Food Safety: The Next Generation of Track and Trace

Does the government's track and trace system work when it comes to recalls and safety? In Part 2 of our series on food safety in the food processing industry, we investigate the regulatory issues behind food safety.

Lean Times Call for Belt Widening at Food Processing Plants

Lean times for frozen foods call for belt widening – among other throughput and efficiency tweaks.

No Ice Age in Frozen Foods

Frozen food convenience and advanced technology resonate with consumers, even post-recession.

Functional Ingredients: A Sugar by Any Other Name

HFCS – or call it corn sugar – is as sweet as sugar because it is sugar.

Functional Ingredients: The Reincarnation of Vitamin D

New research shows benefits beyond rickets prevention and calcium absorption.

America's Most Wanted: Skilled Workers

A highly skilled workforce is necessary to meet 21st century manufacturing needs.

Food Processing Awards Kettle Foods Green Plant of the Year

Kettle Foods in Beloit, Wis. receives the first ever Green Plant of the Year Award for making a greener potato chip.

Equipment Round Up: Sanitation Products

January's Equipment Round Up features the latest in cleaning and sanitation products for the food processing industry.

Trend Watch 2010: Food Trends

A few more nitty-gritty consumer trends and trendlets to watch in the new year.

Clarifying Added Sugar Myths

Calories from HFCS and added sugars are just one-tenth of the total calorie increase since 1975, so clearly are not the primary cause of obesity.

NCA 2010 Candy Show: The Sweetest Spot on Earth

Candy and snacks sales flourish in 2009.

Toops Scoops: The Food Industry Is Besieged

Increasing pressure from Feds and parents means big challenges ahead.

How to Formulate Healthier Snacks for Kids

Building healthier snacks for perpetually hungry kids moves front and center.

Lean, Clean and Green Food Processing

Lean can give you a three-for-one, improving manufacturing, safety and sustainability.

2010 Manufacturing Trends Survey: The Glass Is Half Full

Optimism grows as managers predict a post-recession rebound. Safety interest continues to rise, followed by more attention to energy, labor and sourcing.

Toops Scoops: The Housewares Show Is a Foodie's Nirvana

Trends – many of which transfer to food – include return to frugality, seeing green, simple and multi-useful for today's consumers.

Raising Serum Cholesterol: A New Way to Reduce Risk of Heart Disease?

Studies show raising good cholesterol is good for your health, leaving scientists to take another look at the effects of food ingredients on good cholesterol.

Food Trends: The 2010 DGAC Dietary Recommendations for Saturated Fat

More of the same or a radical shift in thinking?

New Food Rollout: January 2010

Our January list of new food products recently introduced to the market.

Editor's Plate: It's Been a Crazy 70 Years

For our anniversary, we take a fun look back at the recent history of food.

Can Celebrates Its 200th Birthday

Happy 200th birthday, can -- the best packaging in history and still evolving.

Note to Snack Foods: Get Well Soon

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

Packaging Performs in the Marketing Mix

Promotional campaigns use packaging to deepen the consumer/brand relationship – even on the web.

Plan Now for This Summer's Pests

Old solutions are being phased out; new technologies are arriving.

Plant Upgrades on a Budget - With Quick Paybacks

Whether your budget is slowly rebounding or your big projects are still on hold, lots of upgrades can be accomplished quickly to offer both rapid returns and long-term gains.

Packaging: You've Come a Long Way, Baby

Private label products have enjoyed a tremendous year; in addition to product improvements, packaging also is taking on the national brands.

TreeHouse Foods: Flexibility With Efficiency

In any given category, TreeHouse's 19 manufacturing plants must make dozens of varieties in dozens of formulations, all at low cost.

TreeHouse Foods: Fast Follower, Innovator

2010 Processor of the Year TreeHouse Foods' R&D philosophy: 'Brand-level quality is just the starting point.'

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.

Keeping Animal Protein Natural

… Yet safe, affordable and on-trend. These are the challenges faced by processors of meat, poultry and seafood.

Dairy: It Does the Product Good

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

2010 R&D Survey: Recovery in Development

After two years of economic limbo, our annual R&D Survey shows things might just be picking up as promised.

2010 Readers' Choice Awards: Suppliers That Hit the Trifecta

Good price, good quality, good service: Here are the suppliers you say deliver it in 38 categories of ingredients, equipment and services.

2010 Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey: Challenging Work But Out of Balance

Did you take more or less than a 6 percent pay cut? Our annual report uncovers across-the-board reductions.

Challenges of Lowering Sodium

Consumers want to be assured that lower sodium does not mean less taste.

Favorite Prototypes At IFT Delight The Palate More Than The Brain

Our news and trends editor professes her personal bliss (and bias) for all things delicious.

How to Turn Specialty Foods Into Gold

Specialty foods is a unique but wide-ranging category with one important commonality: high margins.

Top Food and Beverage Companies for 2010: Less Is More

After preparing for the worst, most food & beverage companies saw decreases in sales but increases in profits in 2009.

The Top-Selling New Products of 2009

SymphonyIRI's annual Pacesetters listing is full of brand extensions, as processors and consumers sought value.

Food Plants Using Auctions More Often to Buy and Sell Assets

Surplus and used equipment – from both dealers and auctioneers -- offer benefits to both buyers and sellers in a tight market.

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.

Building Healthier Desserts

Processors have been trying for nearly a generation to bridge the gulf between the reality of dessert and the concept of health.

Wellness Food Trends: Healthier Foods for the Heart

Foods can be a solution (though carefully worded) for the leading cause of death.

Food Processors Welcome A Gush of Omega Oils

Market reports and news at the IFT expo show a flood of interest in omega-3 oils.

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 to Build A Healthier Savory Snack

When an irresistible force like the craving for a snack meets an immovable object -- say, the need to eat more healthfully -- something's got to give. That something could be the look and feel of traditional savory snacks.

Wellness Foods: Healthy Beverages offer Health in a Can

Consumers are guzzling antioxidants, fruits and vegetables and other good-for-you ingredients – but formulation hurdles remain.

7 Things You Should Know About The New Food Safety Law

Considered a win for consumers, the new law will have varying effects on food and beverage processors.

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.

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