June 2016 Issue
Rebels with causes -- that's what Food Processing's June cover story is all about. We profile five leaders who are changing Big Food from within:
- Denise Morrison of Campbell Soup
- Gary Hirshberg of Stonyfield/Danone
- Jim Koch of Boston Beer Co.
- Sam Reed of TreeHouse Foods
- Scott Mandell of Enjoy Life Foods
June also holds results of our 45th annual R&D Survey -- with surprising support for GMO labeling and general emphasis on "cleaning up" formulations this year.
We have plant operations stories on nonthermal processing and the highly automated Hamilton, Ontario, plant of Canada Bread. And a Wellness Foods story on the resurging baby food category. And a preview of the IFT Show. Plus our regular departments on news, food safety and new consumer products.
Former FDA commissioner suggests: Do your part before guidance becomes regulation.
Written procedures are key to successful food and beverage organizations; here are ways to keep the writing process from becoming a struggle.
Food processing’s great paradox is thermal treatment, which preserves but also destroys food nutrients. Having the cake and eating it, too, is the goal of multiple technologies, chief among them HPP.
Our June food funny takes a dip in the wild side. Join in the fun by voting for your favorite caption.
More ingredients are designed to accommodate free-from foods, which makes formulating products easier.
Packed with protein and fiber, good fats, vitamins and minerals, many nuts have healing powers and almonds are becoming our favorite nut. If we are what we eat, are we going more nuts than ever?
Baby and toddler foods grow more important each day, already raking in nearly $30 billion in sales. Capitalizing on this growing market means attracting ingredient-jaded millennial moms with simple healthy foods featuring better-for-you ingredients.
When it comes to hand-crafting, beer has nothing on wine. But even specialty vintages from moderately sized wineries can benefit from vision-system technology.
By focusing on both energy use and production facility, Canada Bread built a Hamilton, Ontario, bakery that exceeded expectations.
Changing the industry from within are Denise Morrison of Campbell Soup, Gary Hirshberg of Stonyfield Farm/Danone, Sam Reed of TreeHouse Foods, Scott Mandell of Enjoy Life Foods and Jim Koch of Boston Beer Co.
Single-person households, now the largest segment, are an attractive and underserved niche.
Charles "Mike" Harper and Roger Enrico were revolutionary leaders of a bygone era.
Food Processing's 45th Annual R&D Survey also finds a plurality in favor of GMO labeling.
Driven by the growing demand of health-conscious consumers, global consumption of iced/ready-to-drink tea continues to increase.