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New Food Rollout: July 2010

Yummy treats to help beat the heat.

New Food and Beverage Rollout: August 2013

Consumers can cool down and eat healthy with these delicious treats we picked for our August rollout.

Food Processing Picks Favorite New Food and Beverage Products from 2013

We put the heavy technical articles aside for a moment and savor the delightful new products we actually buy for ourselves.

Top Prototypes at 2005 IFT Show

Top prototypes at the IFT show focused on fitness, flavor and fiber.

IFT Show Presents Delicious Prototypes

Even though they come from industry suppliers, not food processors, many of the prototype products offered as samples at the July 28-31 IFT Annual Meeting and Food Expo deserve to be on supermarket shelves and foodservice venues just as they are.

Partnering with Others Offers Mutual Benefits

Partnering with others to make your product -- or theirs -- offers benefits to both partners.

Moms Choosing Healthier Foods For Kids

Mom’s new mindset means a new mission for marketers.

Confectionery Food Trends for 2009-2010

Having returned from the front lines of the All Candy Expo, FoodProcessing.com's News & Trends Editor reports on confectionary trends for 2009-2010.

Toops' Scoops: Cool Delights at a Hot 2011 IFT

New food and beverage product prototypes keep us coming back for more.

Food Biz Kids: Special K Cracker Chips

Our junior high product testers had a mixed bag of comments on these sour cream & onion snacks from Kellogg Co.

Toops' Scoops: Creamy, Chewy or 'Crinchy'?

Texture attributes of food often are lost in translation.

Nordic Food Expected to Gain Popularity in 2012

Marian Salzmanm, Euro RSCG Worldwide PR CEO, predicts Nordic food will gain huge ground on our very own shores and beyond this year in part because of countries imposing 'fat tax fees.'

Illinois Scientists Discover Truth About Sugar

The M&Ms were right, the candy – and other sugars – doesn't melt in your hand or anywhere else…it decomposes.

It's Okay to Leave in Calories and Fat

Ingredient solutions at the recent IFT show indicate it’s OK to leave in a few calories and some fat.

On the Shelf - October/November 2007

This month's On the Shelf features a product review of gluten-free “Better Bites” sweet soy snacks, and information on natural salmon franks, tuna filets, and all-natural premium sweetened iced teas.

Toops' Report from All-Candy Expo 2007

The candy show always brings out my inner child. Read how in this web exclusive.

Coffee, Salmon, and Geoduck at the RCA Annual Conference and Expo

Seattle hosts RCA’s Annual Conference and Expo.

Food Biz Kids: Cheez-It Baked Snack Crackers – Pepper Jack

A cheesy and spicy cracker treat so tasty our 7th and 8th grade reviewers deemed it good enough that 'Even my great grandma enjoyed these.'

Food Biz Kids: Emerald Cocoa Roast Almonds

Our junior high testers thought Diamond Foods Dark Chocolate Almonds were 'Like hot cocoa on a cold winter day.'

FoodBiz Kids: Near-Unanimous Praise for Ultragrain Pasta

Ultragrain Pasta from ConAgra Mills scores big for our 7th and 8th grade testers.

Food Biz Kids: Stride Mega Mystery Gum 'Feels like a waterfall in your mouth'

Our young testers thought Kraft's Stride Mega Mystery Gum was an explosion of flavor: First Watermelon, Then Banana, Then Strawberry and Papaya.

Food Biz Kids: Way Better Snacks Tortilla Chips

Our high school product testers find out whether Way Better Snacks tortilla chips live up to their name.

April 2015 New Food and Beverage Rollout

This month's new product introductions offer a taste of what's to come for summer 2015. From cold new treats to spicy new eats, consumers will be springing into action.

Power of Five Show Goes Out With a Bang

With many of the biggest food processors missing from this year’s FMI show, the Power of Five team will split up next year. But new products were plentiful.

Food Biz Kids: Terra Exotic Vegetable Chips Need More Flavor and Crunch

Our panel of eighth-graders think vegetable chips 'need heavier flavoring and more crunch.'

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