April 2016 Issue
In many ways, transparency is the biggest issue the food and beverage industry currently faces. All that it can mean and how you can improve your score is the subject of Food Processing's April cover story. This is also the month for our annual Capital Spending Outlook, in which we forecast a healthy 9.9 percent increase in plant expansion activity for the year.
Our Wellness Foods section looks at how views on weight management have changed – and how your products and marketing also should change. Plus our regular departments on news, Food Safety, new products, etc.
Sept. 19 is the deadline for one of the biggest milestones of the Food Safety Modernization Act.
A first-time attendee arrived hungry, left fulfilled.
These ingredients have come under fire by consumers and some processors are removing them.
Vegetarian and vegan eating are getting more common as concern grows for personal health, animal rights and the environment.
There may be good reasons, but complacency should not be one of them.
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Almost six years after the landmark food safety law was signed, enforcement of FSMA will begin in September.
Chemical treatments that sound innocuous or don’t have to be listed on labels are becoming common, but precision application is a must for effectiveness and cost control.
Consumers want transparency; retailers are demanding it. Food processors who deliver it gain trust. But what is transparency?
Manufacturing ventures entail risk, and food processors increasingly are partnering with other food companies to mitigate the risk of new-plant projects.
Big Food is losing the battle over GMO labeling, so embrace the transparency.