December 2003 Issue
How to tell the difference between what's sizzlin' and what's fizzlin'
Pack Expo Las Vegas foretells an upturn in business
New products from Fresh Express, Kellogg's, Walkers, Heinz, Betty Crocker and General Mills
Also a list of research needs specific to meat, poultry and egg products
Kudos for graphics on Kraft Cheese Nips Salsa & Cheddar
The new rules may represent a step forward -- and the most that any proponent of genetically modified foods can realistically hope for
Our look back at the best food products from the past year
Though work remains to be done, an FDA-approved antimicrobial preservative is showing promising results
Orville Redenbacher's Honey Butter Popcorn
Las Vegas brewer bets on the durability and reliability of a new vector drive
Generation Jonesers bought 33 percent of all food sold on the Internet last year, and purchased 33 percent of all fast food sold as a result of mail advertising
They don't often appear on labels, but enzymes can produce highly visible results as substitutes for process chemicals, chemical ingredients and more
With their emphasis on convenience and quality, do Campbell's Kitchen Classics Soups have what it takes to turn up on the heat a sector that's gone cold?
One by one, most Frito-Lay foes have fallen: Will Procter & Gamble's Pringles be next?