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Vincent Giordano Corp. Talks About Its High-Pressure Pasteurization System

After a scare when product showed up with listeria in Georgia in 2005, Guy Giordano of Vincent Giordano Corp. bought an HPP system as a food safety measure.

Vitamin D Makes the Grade

As research on vitamin D took off in the 2000s, processors have been left with a partly cloudy picture of the 'sunshine' vitamin.

Clean Your Wastewater Before the City Does

Pretreatment technologies can pay for themselves in surcharge savings

How can we make Food Processing more useful to you?

Are we doing our jobs well? Let us know how satisfied you are with FoodProcessing.com.

Baking for the Future

Less gluten, more whole grains and fiber and cleaner statements are coming out of the oven.

Food Processors Work on Building Healthier Desserts

You can build healthier desserts and confections with the right ingredients.

Wellness Food Trends: Which Oils And Fats Are Healthy And Why?

A lesson on oils, fats and how nothing is what it seems anymore.

Wellness Food Trends: Whey Protein Gaining Popularity

As a functional ingredient, whey does not compromise on taste, clarity or stability in beverages.

Whey's Numerous Health Benefits

Long recognized as a good and cost-effective source of protein, science is uncovering new benefits of this byproduct of cheese-making.

Whole Grain Varieties Gaining Acceptance Among American Consumers

For an America struggling with obesity, whole grains are a lot more than just fiber. Whole grains are virtually complete foods. They're the foods upon which all civilizations were built.

Africa: The World's Next Great Economic Story

Coca-Cola Co.'s Alexander Cummings recently spoke to Stanford University's Institute for Economic Policy Research and African Leadership Academy about Africa's growing economic power.

A Nutty Evolution: 10 Things You Didn't Know About Nuts

Nuts, once shunned as a high-fat ingredient, are concentrated sources of phytochemicals.

Editor's Plate: Breaking Up Is Not So Hard To Do

The current frenzy of split-up activity is just the circle of life in the food & beverage industry.

Abbott and University of Illinois establish Center for Nutrition, Learning ...

Abbott Laboratories' Nutrition unit and the University of Illinois established the first multi-disciplinary nutrition and cognition research center.

Ms. Brown Comes Out Of Her Shell

Chief Chocolate Officer at Mars has a passion for details and milk chocolate.

New Food and Beverage Rollout: August 2012

New food and beverage products on the store shelves this month.

Editor's Plate: Green, Sustainable, Good

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

IFT 2012 Prototypes Make Visitors Hungry For More

Our News and Trends Editor offers a list of her favorite food and beverage prototypes from this year's annual meeting and food expo.

Survey Finds Trends Among Technology, Social Media and Older Consumers

According to Pew Research, Baby Boomers and older folks using social media has increased enormously in the past two years.

Bakeries Strive for Clean and Green

Clean labels, increased hygiene and greener operations driving bakery operations.

Bakery Trends Show Balance Between Delight and Lite

Convenience, premium products, wellness, nostalgia/comfort and global flavors are driving trends in the U.S. bakery industry.

Beverage and Flavor Innovations Witness Return to Simpler Time

Innovations in beverage flavors give consumers the chance to savor updated fruit- and cocktail-based drinks.

Beverage Manufacturers Face a Number Of Challenges When Using Botanicals

Manufacturers are finding increasing demand for botanical remedies is both a national and international trend.

Box-Free Cereal Packaging Yields Green Payoffs

Food processors find less packaging good for the environment and delivers business benefits by reducing packaging costs.

California's Proposition 65 Applies to All Food Processors

Any food and beverage manufacturer who sells products in California can be sued.

Capital Avoidance for Wastewater

Despite toughening municipal standards, your plant's wastewater system probably can be pressed to do more.

2012 Capital Spending Report: Greek Yogurt Plants are Stacking Up

After two years of 20 percent increases, capital spending looks to be up only 4.1 percent this year.

The Changing Face of Confections

As bakers and confectioners deal with low-calorie and gluten-free demands, suppliers suggest novel sweeteners and nuts.

Focus on Food Safety: China's New Food Safety Initiatives

Five-year plan lacks specific regulations but shows signs of progress.

2012 Processor of the Year: Designing Greek Yogurt

Chobani's product development team balances simplicity with excitement.

Cleaning and Sanitation Equipment Keep Processing Plants Profitable and ...

Sanitation equipment suppliers are designing machines that not only meet the high standards for customer cleanliness, but also for regulatory compliance as well.

Often-Used Color Additives Difficult To Find Au Naturel

Growing demand for clean label colors means even "natural" won't cut it with informed consumers.

How Concerned Are Consumers about Food Safety?

Shoppers are only somewhat or slightly concerned about the safety of the U.S. food supply despite frequent food safety outbreaks, reports NPD.

More Variety Means More Efficiencies for Confectionery Manufacturers

Sanitary pumps and other clean in place equipment are the key components to modern candy-making.

Functional Ingredients: Consumers Reach for Fiber

Research indicates consumers understand and want fiber-containing products.

Food Processors Turning to Ingredient Suppliers for Customized Blend of ...

Ingredient suppliers increasingly are called upon to supply premixes, and a little R&D, too.

Dairy Plants Ready for Food Safety Modernization Act

With HACCP plans already in place, dairies are on top of hazard control.

New Food and Beverage Rollout: December 2012

Our December 2012 new food and beverage rollout highlights comfort and convenience for consumers.

How the Food Industry Defines Botanicals

More than 1,600 botanicals and their derivatives are sold in the U.S. in a special food category called "dietary supplements."

Demand For Custom Flavors Is On The Rise

Taste profiles from bacon to mango (plus complex combinations) can be created by custom flavor companies.

Designing Desirable Whey Proteins

From heart health to great tasting zero-fat ice cream, new whey protein ingredients find a role.

Food Processing Picks Favorite New Food and Beverage Products of 2012

The top 10 new products that Food Processing and Friends find to be irresistible – over and over again.

Election Pains or Gains?

How will the food industry fare depending on whether Barack Obama or Mitt Romney wins on November 6th?

Evergreen Packaging Announces Winners Of Project Carton Design Competition

More than 24 packaging design students participated in the competition as part of the New York-based college's fall curriculum. The winners were announced during 2012 Pack Expo.

FDA Affirms Safety of BPA

Agency finally rules – negatively – on 2008 petition from Natural Resource Defense Council.

FDA Misses FSMA Deadline - What Food Processors Can do to be Compliant for Later

The Food and Drug Administration was supposed to implement the preventive controls requirement and a voluntary qualified importer program but has not met its own requirement.

The FDA's Food Safety Outlook for 2012

The FDA will be consumed with implementing the Food Safety Modernization Act, with July as a particularly important month.

FDA Assesses its FSMA Progress

Deputy Commissioner for Foods outlines accomplishments, to-do list.

Toops' Scoops: Harry Balzer Looks in Your Pantry

NPD Group's triennial Kitchen Audit finds ‘foods that require no cooking.'

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