July 2015 Issue
July's cover story traditionally has been our annual Salary & Benefits Survey...and still is. But we "fortified" it this year with a look at what, besides pay, is attracting (and preparing) the next generation of food & beverage employees. Don't worry: You'll still find the usual cross-tabulations of salary with every job category and every food category.
Food Processing's July issue also delves into what may (and may not) be claimed as "artisanal." And how your processing facility can be its own power plant. And how to deal with the egg shortage. Plus our monthly departments on news, new products, food safety, etc.
From food science to fighting millenials, Food Processing's readers chime in on recent topics.
The era of renewed innovation must begin in earnest.
The FDA recently removed GRAS status for partially hydrogenated oils, giving the industry three years to comply.
For the third consecutive year, food and beverage professionals reported compensation increases above the inflation rate in Food Processing’s annual survey.
As consumer concern for healthy eating escalates, so does the interest in natural and artisanal foods. Artisans can keep traditions alive by going beyond the mass-produced norm with the best ingredients and old-world methods to create foods with flair.
John Howeth, senior VP, American Egg Board, addresses questions concerning the outbreak and its effect on the egg products supply for food manufacturers.
Portion control, a fusion of flavors, healthier profiles and millennial favorites dominate the candy and confection scene as the market catches onto 'watching its sweets.'
Cue up the band and let's hear it for the Red, White and Blue. As we turn our eyes to the skies this month, take a moment out of your day for some funny time.
Food Processing offers egg replacement products that may help processors through the avian flu crisis.
Whether it's supervisors, technical specialists or front-line workers, attracting, training and retaining younger employees is the name of the game in ensuring today's food plants continue to operate smoothly tomorrow.
Steam power and other plant utilities essentially bring energy generation in house. Optimizing their performance is a challenge in food and beverage.
Chobani reduced maintenance costs and downtime by partnering with Endress+Hauser for a total calibration solution.
A reader asks for advice when conducting surveys of new facilities.
A reader wonders which way is more hygienic for applying conveyor lubricant: brush or nozzle?
More work needs to be done to attract millennials to your food and your plants.
A monthly round-up of food and beverage manufacturing equipment chosen by our editors.
Shortcuts and savory snacks are the name of the game in our July new product rollout.
The current world's fair samples the world's tastiest dishes while exploring technology and how to feed a growing population.