New Website Feature Allows Food Processing Readers to Interact with Editors

Jan. 3, 2014

The new commenting capability enables you to comment on articles, news, blogs and products.

Food Processing wants to know what you think of the articles, news, blogs and other content we publish on We've added a "Reply" section at the very bottom of each article, news item, blog post and product. Just add your thoughts to the "Comment" box and hit "Post." You must be logged in to reply. If you're not logged in, you will see a "Login" Here link. And if you aren't a member yet, you can access the "Register Now" area via this same "Login Here" link. It's an easy process — we only ask for your email address and for you to create a password.

The comment area is straight forward — write your thoughts and you're done. You can even upload images to help illustrate your point.

If you want to keep tabs on the comments coming in for that piece, subscribe to the RSS feed for comments on that particular item. You can also subscribe to all comments that come in to the site. As a precaution, I will be the gatekeeper for comments to ensure no swear words, slander or spam make it through — but that's it. I won't filter comments if you disagree or want to point out mistakes. The aim of this feature is to learn what you're thinking, how you use our content and if we are on target with what you need. If we've hit the nail on the head, let us know. Do you think the author is spot on? Give that person a pat on the back. Have additional questions that the article didn't cover? Jot them down — they may prompt us to develop a follow-up piece that provides the answers you seek.

We appreciate your feedback and look forward to reading your comments. And as I've stated before, we won't toss critical posts.

Continue to let us know how we can help serve you, our readers, and we'll keep you in the know.

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