May 2015 Issue
Our 44th annual R&D Survey, cover story for the May issue of Food Processing, finds product development departments reformulating without GMOs and PHOs (genetically modified organisms and partially hydrogenated oils), but also with less concern about cost control.
If that and the 14 charts and tables don't interest you, maybe the best-selling new products of 2014 will. Or the plant operations stories on food safety in the ready-to-eat category or the energy efficiency increasingly being built into products. Plus our regular departments look at news, the past month's new products, food safety, and more.
Just because some people are begging for sustainability in products does not mean they will pay for it or give up other attributes to get it.
Is it true that what goes on in the picnic basket stays in the picnic basket? Find out with Food Processing's hilarious monthly cartoon.
Coca-Cola Life, Dr Pepper Ten and lower-sugar flavored milks are among the beverage products looking for a middle ground among calorie-conscious consumers.
The battle to label foods containing genetically modified organisms rages on, pitting proponents against those who anticipate an expansion of GMO crops and strategies.
Innovation by the three top food companies keeps yogurt atop IRI's annual New Product Pacesetters.
Our 44th annual R&D Survey indicates a year of regulatory challenges but less emphasis on cost control.
Documenting quality-assurance activities in the plant is a headache, and extending the paper trail to include the activities of suppliers is creating a migraine that only electronic records can cure.
From deli meats and hot dogs to fresh-cut produce and dips, ready-to-eat foods merit special interventions.
Energy efficiency is no longer a top-of-mind consideration for many food and beverage manufacturers, as increasingly it’s a standard feature in the machines and equipment they buy.
Heat-and-eat meal manufacturers expect the number of consumers that go meatless to increase.
Healthy snacks is where it's at with this month's new product rollout.
We're not talking financials; do you have your food safety house in order?