November 2014 Issue
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Jasmine ice cream with salted seaweed? That one's not here yet, but Americans' desire for adventurous flavors extends into one of the most traditional categories.
Ingredients no one had dreamed of a decade ago are now in a host of foods, but there is much more to come from the ingredient innovation pipeline.
With consumers poring over labels and ingredient statements, choose your words carefully.
A fairly new requirement of the 2011 FSMA requires food facility registrations by this Dec. 31.
Food companies are beginning to look at liquid and solid wastes as opportunities and not simply costs.
ISA standard PackML is slowing taking hold; networked safety may be the next frontier.
Time to gobble up some comedy with our November 2014 Food Funny cartoon caption contest.
The Food Processing staff unveils its list of the top 10 products we can't -- or don't want to -- put down in 2014.
McDonald's has undertaken a bold experiment in transparency and dialog with consumers.
Work-order prioritization occurs in every plant. A new asset-management approach promises to add value and risk assessment to the calculation of what gets done and when.
In this timely question, a reader asks: What is a plant manager's responsibility if an employee is attacked?
Food Processing and Putman Media Events have partnered with The Center for Food Integrity to bring you The Food Leaders Summit in 2015.
'Economically motivated adulteration' to be addressed in next GFSI Guidance Document.