November 2004 Issue
The country of origin law applies only to commodities, not processed foods.
Word-of-mouth buzz can shift food industry policy; it did so on trans fats.
"Safety" comes in many forms, from track-and-trace products to protective gear and from signage to immunoassays
'It leaves a dry feeling at the back of your mouth.'
Those who don't buy into the carb-reduction craze will give thanks for this month's Rollout. We profile a new candy bar, fruit snacks, crackers, fries and chips.
Mega retailers are telling food processors with respected, old brands what to make and how to make it.
Food products and their packages -- as well as the technology, processes, equipment and converters behind them -- dominate the DuPont Awards.
Despite lingering debate over sugar’s role in obesity, the food industry is on a tear to reduce or replace sugar in many applications.
Kellogg’s Fruit Harvest Cereal uses the best freeze-drying technology to deliver taste, health, convenience and variety.
Our R&D readers predict 2005 will be a year of truly novel new products backed by slightly higher budgets.
New ways of shaping, forming, squeezing and puffing foods â cooking
them along the way â are coming out of today’s extruders.