December 2007 Issue
Where's the next trend? Food Processing's editors scour the expo to report the industry's latest and greatest.
Food safety and sustainability were the hot topics at this annual exhibition.
Building machines for agile and flexible manufacturing is one key consideration among many for the Food and Beverage industry.
Diane Toops interviews the sassy, lone female M&M'S character.
'I would buy the powder and eat it alone.' The kids think Propel Powder is tasty.
Coming off a stellar year, Mars' U.S. Snackfood division is accelerating product development, mining dark chocolate for all is benefits and bringing custom-batch manufacturing to high-volume products such as M&M'S.
Its a blend of new and déjà vu in Mars Hackettstown, N.J., plant, where the 21st century technology of My M&MS meets the 24-hour production of an American icon.
My M&MS created new opportunities for personalization at Mars Direct.
A visit to the New Jersey village of Hackettstown reveals how M&MS Chocolate Candies are made.
December's equipment round-up features an add-on microwave oven and a line of high-efficiency gas fired heaters.
Not afraid to spend more, pet owners seek healthier, safer options for four-legged family members.
Major food companies have been extending their reach into the pet food market via acquisitions.
New change-control pet food formulas help pets endure season change.
Some pets are living a more human life with doggie ice cream, beer and even doggie Prozac.
Sometimes, the wellness element of a food or beverage is whats on the outside.
The FDA puts emphasis on risk, prevention, third-party inspections and recall authority.