June 2008 Issue
The first show outside of Chicago in 26 years draws few big food companies.
June's Ingredient Round Up gets to the bulk of healthy eating with Fiber.
One reason for grillings popularity: people trying to eat healthier.
Proper planning for the phase-out of R-22
Pepperidge Farm does its competitors one serving better, delivering a tasty whole-grain bread that might take some getting used to.
Snack food manufacturers are some of the most innovator packagers. Portion control, convenience and sustainability are driving their changes.
Combining yogurt and cream cheese is a winning combination
June's Equipment Round Up brings metal detection and x-ray machines from manufacturers such as Anritsu Industrial Solutions, Cognex Corp, InspX LLC, S+S Inspection Inc. and Loma Systems
The supply chain is in the capable hands of processors
Red Bulls entry heats up the flat category of carbonated soft drinks
The growing trends in healthful foods finally spilled over to better foods for babies and toddlers
Fourteen of the 15 largest food companies have changed CEOs in the past three years. Heres a look at how seven of them will change the food industry.
The rise and fall of the FMI Supermarket Show
Vegetarianism in America study unveils that some 3.2 percent of U.S. adults, or 7.3 million people, follow a vegetarian-based diet. What does that mean for you?
Environmental sustainability and its little brother, energy efficiency, drive many current plant renovations.
HealthDay News reports people with low blood levels of vitamin D were found to have a higher incidence of peripheral arterial disease (PAD), potentially dangerous blockages in the leg arteries
According to researchers at the National Cancer Institute, alcohol consumption (regardless of the type of alcohol) is linked to an increased risk of the most common type of breast cancer in postmenopausal women
According to researchers at the University of Helsinki, exposing pregnant mothers and infants to probiotic bacteria could help stimulate the growth of the immune system and play a role in preventing allergies
Boy or girl? Sugar or low-cal? Study shows link between conception and food consumption
According to researchers at Yale University, indulging in chocolate during pregnancy could help ward off preeclampsia
Does dinner-time television watching lead to poor eating habits? Not so says this survey
Weve been putting flax on our cereal as a plant source of highly valuable omega-3 fatty acids, but look for the word lignan to begin popping up on labels of foods with added flax, much as isoflavones became the reason for our expanded appetite for soy products.
The new bill addresses major issues including commodities and country-of-origin labeling
When formulating energy drinks for consumers, beverage manufacturers rely on Vitamin B12.
Fred Ruiz is recognized for his business achievements
FDA hopes to improving the quality of food imported into the U.S.
Closings eliminate nearly 190 jobs
The building is LEED certified in the councils global commercial interior category
Nestle Nutrition introdues an innovative line of shelf-stable drinks
These on-the-go drink mixes are packed with vitamins and full of flavor
New powders provide an array of essential vitamins, trace minerals, antioxidants, amino acids and omega fatty acids
Each flavor of this new vitamin water supports a distinctive health benefit
PeptoPro is a novel ingredient for the formulation of protein-based sports drinks.
H.I.T.S., or Health Ingredient Technology & Solutions, is specifically developed for and focused on the measurable health benefits of antioxidants and immunity-boosting and is available for for beverage and food applications
Chrysanthemum Extract is a natural flavor extract derived from the yellow chrysanthemum flower through a proprietary process
Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc. premiers May 7 with after demerger from Cadbury Schweppes PLC