July 2003 Issue
Without regulation and labeling, any Tom, Dick or Harry with a test tube can slip a mutated product into the food system.
A new software program helps Mott's keep the two in balance
Food companies and consumers alike are discovering that the benefits of probiotics extend well beyond the intestine.
New fat taxes and other initiatives seek to trim American obesity, but are they addressing its real causes?
Unfortunately, many industry members aspire to be the first at being second
America's love affair with confectionery is growing--and in new directions
NAS criteria pinpoint dangers and may prompt new legislative authority for feds
It's a healthy snack that also tastes great
Why accuracy and hygienic requirements are more important than ever in checkweighing scales
Public confidence in the U.S. is unshaken -- so far
Grazing, once the sole province of tapas and sushi bars, gains momentum