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CT3 Measures Texture at a Fraction of the Cost

The CT3 Texture Analyzer is a powerful, low-cost, stand-alone instrument that features not only the traditional Compression Mode, but also the latest Tension Mode.

Confessions of a Food Engineer

How the engineering function at food plants has changed: 'I don’t manage projects anymore; I manage the process of managing projects.'

FDA Proclaims Genetically Engineered Salmon Safe

AquaBounty's genetically engineered fish called just as safe and nutritious non-GE Atlantic salmon; but will anybody buy it?

Tate & Lyle to Open New Technical Service Laboratory in New Jersey

Ingredient provider hopes new laboratory in New Jersey will increase response times and rapid prototyping for its customers in the Northeast

Downsizing Leaves Holes in Innovation and Engineering Talent

A decade of downsizing has sent former food industry innovators to engineering firms -- where anybody can hire them.

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.

Five New Technologies for Inspection

Lab testing will always be the gold standard in food inspection, but rising throughput rates are leading to more quality assurance at the point of production.

GMO Labeling Effort Reaches Washington

Senate and House bills would require the FDA to develop regulations for the labeling of food containing bioengineered ingredients.

Proposition 37: Food Transparency or Increased Organic Food Sales?

Contributor David TerMolen proposes California's upcoming food transparency measure is about increasing sales of organic food products at the expense of conventional foods.

U.S. uneasy about biotech food

Ten years after genetically engineered crops were first planted commercially in the United States, Americans remain ill-informed about and uncomfortable with biotech food, according to the fifth annual survey on the topic.

How to launch a new manufacturing line

Consulting engineers can be great allies in expanding or changing your process, but only you can impress on them the unique needs of your company and your plant.

Milk: Processed to Death?

The U.S. dairy industry is pasteurizing the life out of the milk supply, says one engineer turned 'dairy evangelist.' Could Snowville Creamery's minimal processing approach hold the key to reversing the white stuff's 30-year market decline?

Making a Case for Capital Spending

Splicing the genes of an accountant and an engineer might help cost-justify plant improvement projects, but a dash of showmanship and passion also help build capex consensus.

Flexible Packaging Takes the Heat

Specially engineered pouches and bags keep things cooking at home and in the plant.

Meat Packaging Innovations Target Convenient Preparation And Product Quality

Processors of fresh and frozen animal proteins — including beef, pork, chicken and seafood — are looking for extra marketing muscle, and they're finding it in package formats engineered for cook-in convenience or enhanced product protection.

New Generation of Instruments Deliver Reliable Process Feedback

Technical advances and manufacturer comfort with process instrumentation are dispensing with the need for laboratory tests in favor of in-line and at-line monitoring systems.

Whole Foods To Require GMO Labeling by 2018

And Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, Aldi and other stores vow not the carry the genetically engineered salmon.

Seven Tips for Cross-Functional Team Success

Robby Martin, senior engineering project manager with Bush Brothers & Co., shares the keys to establishing a more productive mindset.

The FDA Must Define 'Natural' Soon

50 different state laws on labeling natural and genetically engineered foods would harm us all.

Troubleshoot Hydraulics the Smart Way

Plant managers, building engineers and project managers have an inherent stake in the productivity and health of their hydraulic equipment. When there’s a recurrent or chronic problem, it’s imperative to have background information or, better yet, a strong suspicion of what’s wrong before the ...

February 2007's Best New Products

February's best new food products include a candy and video game fusion from Nestle; shelf-stable chicken breasts from Bumble Bee Foods; flavored oven-roasted peanuts from Diamond Foods Inc,; Newman's Own Organics' breath mints; asian noodles and condiments from Ka-Me; and NutriPals Balanced ...

$25 Million Russian-backed Study of GMO and Pesticide Safety

'Factor GMO' claims to be independent, world's largest study of genetically engineered corn.

Consumers Less Uneasy About Biotech Food

It’s been 10 years since genetically engineered crops were planted commercially in the U.S., and still the majority of consumers claim to not know much about biotech food. Maybe that’s OK, as their opposition to biofoods is at an all-time low, according to the fifth annual survey on the topic.

NSF International Partners With MET Laboratories

Partnership will Expand the Scope of NSF International's Electrical Testing and Certification Services for Food and Recreational Water Equipment, Biohazard Cabinetry, and Mechanical Plumbing

October 2005 Equipment Round-Up - Laboratory Equipment

This showcase of lab equipment offers products that will help keep your R&D and QA/QC processes up to snuff.

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