January 2019 Issue
We're reading the tea leaves for 2019 in a couple of ways within our January issue.
- Our cover story looks at key business issues for the new year: NLEA and GMO labeling changes, cannabis, cultured meat and finding sales growth.
- Our product development story looks at flavor and new product trends.
- Our annual Manufacturing Outlook Survey finds optimism but worry over staffing while the FDA's former food chief adds food safety and regulatory changes.
We also look cross-functionally at pet food manufacturing and throw in our usual diet of news, expert commentary and John Stanton's marketing column.
How food safety has changed – and not changed – in the U.S.
Prioritize people over profits and the bottom line will take care of itself.
He's a seasoned professional who loves to hang around. See what comedic captions you can come up with for our friend, Mr. Cultured Meat.
Innovative strategizing is essential to the success of your marketing, but so is the execution of the basics.
Many of the same concerns and demands for human nutrition are reflected in what owners want for their pets.
Mixing and blending equipment is getting faster, smarter and more specialized.
Our annual Manufacturing Survey shows optimism about the future, but prospects of finding and keeping needed workers are less rosy.
Strong flavor fusions, responsibly sourced ingredients and plant-based foods are among 2019 trend predictions.
From cultured meat to cannabis and trade wars to labeling changes, 2019 will brings new challenges for food and beverage processors.
With technologies available, but not being employed, the romaine recall says we’re still not serious enough about food safety.
Our editors selected the following ingredients to feature in our January 2019 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.
Our editors selected the following equipment products to feature in our January 2019 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.
We rolled out six new food and beverage products in our January issue. Now it's your turn to tell us which products you intend to enjoy the most.
We're putting out the call for nominations for all our 2019 Awards all in one space: R&D Teams of the Year, Green Plant of the Year, and Influential Women in Manufacturing.