April 2019 Issue
Mandatory GMO/Bioengineered labeling still may be nearly three years away but there's fear that label declaration—on perhaps 75 percent of all processed foods—will scare away shoppers. But anecdotal evidence from dozens of products that already carry a warning is encouraging, and new university research indicates the declaration is increasing the acceptance of BE foods.
Food Processing's April issue also has our annual Capital Spending Outlook, which predicts a 17 percent increase in capital expenditures this year, plus stories on new flavors and textures for coatings & batters and how to improve cleaning & sanitation. And our regular departments of news, commentary and more.
Cleaning and sanitation at food and beverage plants have to be both effective and efficient, which sometimes requires a balancing act.
How sound is immune-system health as a nutraceutical benefit, both scientifically and from a marketing standpoint?
While still enjoying traditionally seasoned comfort foods from fried chicken to breaded fish fillets, consumers are seeking bold, delightful surprises in the coatings and seasonings of their foods.
The 2018 Farm Bill may have laid the groundwork for getting CBD products on the shelves.
As consumers accept some fats are good, high-oleic oils – from canola, sunflower, safflower, soybean, algae and olive oil – have won an FDA health claim.
Our man on the street talks trends at what must be one of the largest food shows in North America.
Using Natural Products Expo West as something of a testing ground, some exhibitors were able to gauge their ideas.
Advertising: Is it an expense or an investment? Marketing expert John Stanton talks about advertising and its importance toward brand equity.
See what's springing up for April in our monthly cartoon caption contest.
Our annual capital spending survey foresees a healthy 16.6 percent increase as food and beverage companies pump up the size of their building projects.
To this annual attendee, the natural food business is starting to look like ... business.
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Dozens of products already have voluntary label statements; new research indicates the 2022 mandate will not sink sales.
Culinary Tides' annual report looks at all trend predictions for the new year, then looks for consensus among them.
Local news outlets are reporting that a fire broke out just before 5 p.m. CDT
Agency seeks to set 'lawful pathways' for this 'complicated topic.'