May 2017 Issue
Trust is the new currency of food and beverage brand loyalty, and the path to trust is transparency--which also happens to be the May cover story of Food Processing.
There's probably no more important issue in this business right now. But we have several contenders...like the best-selling new products of 2016. And R&D Teams of the Year (Tyson, B&G Foods, Nonni's Biscotti). Not to mention food fraud and advances in meat & poultry processing.
Don't miss our regular departments of Food Safety, new product Rollout, News and a preview of the IFT Expo.
Council tackles challenge of educating consumers about the nonthermal pasteurization technology.
Be careful of long-term or exclusive commitments when just getting started.
Healthy attributes figure prominently in certain fats and oils, but they must also be tasty.
The breakfast category is growing with tasty, better-for-you entries that blend nutrition and convenience. And they're not just for breakfast.
Spray a little joy into your life with this month's cartoon caption contest.
Vegan protein supplements for chickens fill the void left by reduced use of antibiotics
Better detection tools provide the means to identify misrepresented products and ingredients. Brand owners want to give food companies the motivation to use them.
Coextruded sausage casings and radiation therapy for hatching eggs exemplify advancements in animal protein processing.
With numbers tracking lower, smaller companies and niched products are having an impact on sales of IRI's New Product Pacesetters.
Food Processing awards three product development teams the coveted R&D Teams of the Year award.
Our large-company R&D Team of the Year continues the drive for higher-value processed foods.
Nonni's Foods, our small-company R&D Team of 2017, bakes the only nationally available line of biscotti in the U.S.
Our R&D Teams winner for the medium category, B&G Foods, lost no time reinvigorating acquisition Green Giant.
Trust is the new currency of food and beverage brand loyalty, and the path to trust is transparency. But the definition of transparency means different things to different consumers.
Like Big Pharma and Big Oil are doing, an ad campaign highlighting all the good things may improve consumer sentiment.