June 2018 Issue
We've written a lot about GMOs, but what really matters is what consumers think of them -- and that's the subject of Food Processing's June cover story. We've partnered with Hartman Group for exclusive use of data from their consumer survey...which shows awareness of GMOs is virtually universal (97 percent of consumers), but understanding of the science behind them is quite low. Consumers largely distrust GMOs and almost half seek to avoid them. See all the data in our cover story.
Food Processing's June issue also reveals our 2018 R&D Teams of the Year while our plant operations section examines in-line inspection and high-pressure pasteurization. And the Wellness Foods section looks at ingredients for bone health.
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How strong employee workplace safety programs can increase the effectiveness of a company’s food safety and quality program.
Follow only sound research, stop promoting what's not in your food and remind consumers of the joy of eating.
Consumers' current interest at the grocery store is in the perimeter, but brands can grow in the main aisles with innovation and attention to shopping details.
While calcium and vitamin D are effective at promoting bone health, new information proves nutrients like iron, vitamin K and C, probiotics and minerals also figure prominently.
Certified product seals begin to appear on grocers’ shelves, a modest first step in an education campaign to extol the technology’s benefits and head off naysayers.
Nuts are benefiting from consumer understanding that some oils are healthful.
Frito-Lay chips in with Houston County (Georgia) Career Academy to train and mentor young people for the plant.
We partnered with Hartman Group on research that delved into consumer perceptions of genetically modified foods; about half (is that good or bad?) will avoid them.
This year’s R&D Teams – TreeHouse Foods, Litehouse and Grainful – display different approaches to excellence.
Our large-size category winner brings cutting-edge innovation to the private label category.
Employee-owned Litehouse, known for its Greek yogurt-based salad dressings and dips, is focusing on clean labels and fresh ingredients.
Whole grains products company Grainful won our R&D Teams of the Year poll in the small size category.
Regardless of the refrigerant used, freezing systems are taking a bigger role in producing superior products while preserving as much floor space as possible.
Our editors selected the following ingredients to feature in our June 2018 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.
Our editors selected the following equipment products to feature in our June 2018 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.
Whether it's for entertainment, taste, or convenience, American consumers are heading to their grills this summer.