July 2019 Issue
Disruption is a favorite word in business these days; maybe especially in the food & beverage industry. In our July issue, we profile five companies that are radically changing the food & beverage industry: Memphis Meats, Impossible Foods, Canopy Growth, Cali'Flour and ReGrained.
The July issue also has stories on how plants deal with gluten-free products; the second of our R&D Teams of the Year, Lundberg Family Farms; and a cross-functional story on breakfast foods. Plus our regular departments of news, commentary and new consumer products.
Entrepreneurs, you can sell on the promise or on the data. But keep in mind these 9 data points.
Our cartoonist Jerry King has drawn up some celebratory fun for this festive month. See if your caption rockets to the skies by competing in our cartoon caption contest.
Scaling up gluten-free production often requires using equipment in ways completely unlike baking with conventional dough.
According to Food Processing magazine's chief editor, the association's focus on the consumer will best serve its members.
Memphis Meats, Impossible Foods, Canopy Growth, Cali'Flour and ReGrained are scripting the food and beverage industry's future.
For this leader, the buds are in bloom for the big if/when of cannabis.
Impossible Foods’ mission is to create a meat substitute so good that it will drive the real thing out of business.
The foremost “cell-based meat” company wants to make animal-derived meat a thing of the past.
Cali’flour Foods, a pioneer in cauliflower pizza crust, is forging ahead with veggie-carb innovations.
ReGrained aims to remake the world of grain-based ingredients by repurposing grains left over after beer brewing.
Our editors selected the following equipment products to feature in our July 2019 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.
Whether formulating or manufacturing, all things point to convenience as this year's breakfast food trend.
Our editors selected the following ingredients to feature in our July 2019 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.
The right materials and design can make it possible for a conveying system, of any kind, to achieve reliable sanitation.
Our marketing expert ponders: if consumers buy for recipes, why shouldn't food and beverage manufacturers make it easier for them?