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Newly Weds Foods Plant Engulfed in Fire

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Local news outlets are reporting that a fire broke out just before 5 p.m. CDT

FDA Schedules First CBD Public Hearing for May 31

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Agency seeks to set 'lawful pathways' for this 'complicated topic.'

FBI to Processors: Call Us in Adulteration Threats

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Intelligence analyst tells what to do in a food safety threat in speech at ProFood Tech show.

Flooding Threat Closes Triumph Foods

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Work at St. Joseph, Mo., headquarters plant suspended due to Missouri River rise and evacuation order.

FDA Explains its 2020 Food Budget Request

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Commissioner Gottlieb and Deputy Commissioner Yiannas ask for more money to meet new technologies, new challenges.

High-Oleic Food Oils Are Getting Noticed

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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.

Expanding Your Food Processing Operation

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This practical food processing guide outlines critical kettle design and configuration considerations for a successful expansion, with a focus on optimizing safety, quality and production.

CBD in Foods and Beverages? Not Quite Yet

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The 2018 Farm Bill may have laid the groundwork for getting CBD products on the shelves.

Balancing Considerations in Cleaning and Sanitation

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Cleaning and sanitation at food and beverage plants have to be both effective and efficient, which sometimes requires a balancing act.

Equipment Round Up: March 2019

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Our editors selected the following equipment products to feature in our March 2019 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.

Ingredient Round Up: March 2019

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Our editors selected the following ingredients to feature in our March 2019 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.

How Refrigeration Systems Can Be Enhanced for Food and Beverage Manufacturers

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Sanitation enhancements and alternative refrigerants are two ways freezing and refrigeration systems can be improved.

FDA Commissioner Gottlieb to Quit

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FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb is resigning after two years in office.

U.S. Appeals for Post-Brexit Trade

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The Trump administration is trying to appeal to the United Kingdom to relax food safety regulations to increase trade after Brexit.

March 2019

E-Handbook: Food Safety in the Plant 2019

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The results of Food Processing's annual manufacturing survey – including the strategies companies intend to pursue to ensure safety, how the Food Safety Modernization Act continues to inspire changes and improvements in supply chain traceability – all are reported in this E-Handbook.

Evaluating Trump’s Effect on the Food Industry

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Trade wars and the government shutdown have contributed to a mixed record so far.

Foster Farms Promotes New CEO

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Foster Farms has promoted Dan Huber, a 23-year company veteran, to be its new CEO.

Editor's Plate: The Super Bowl Ad You Didn't See

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CBS can bury its head about marijuana, but regulators need to think about the coming edibles and beverages.

Equipment Round Up: February 2019

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Our editors selected the following equipment products to feature in our February 2019 issue of Food Processing. See which products they chose.

Case History: Producing Chocolates That Are Sweet, Safe, Accurate

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Lake Champlain Chocolates relies on a Mettler-Toledo checkweigher/metal detector combination system for food safety, accurate weights.

How Safe Is 'Clean' Food?

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While consumers may be demanding it, food scientists warn of increased risks for foodborne pathogens.

February 2019

Food Processing's February 2019 issue tries to answer the question "how safe is 'clean' food?" with our cover story of that same name. Also in this issue are features on sweeteners, stress-relief formulations, and high pressure processing.

It's a New Year; Will it Be a New Grocery Manufacturers Association?

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The food association’s new CEO starts the year with a vision.

OSHA Changes Injury Reporting Rule

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OSHA has scaled back the amount of information businesses must post online regarding workplace injuries.

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