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A year ago, the food industry lost one of its fiercest advocates and fondest pundits — Diane Toops. Although her voice is now silent, her legacy perseveres through her writing and the memories of the many people she touched during her tenure in the industry.
Friends and fans of our own Diane Toops say good-bye.
Food Processing's News and Trends editor, Diane Toops, passed away October 31 after a brief illness.
The top 10 new products that Food Processing and Friends find to be irresistible over and over again.
The food industry says goodbye to one of its beloved friends.
Unilever Food Solutions' latest World Menu Report finds what people want to eat more often than not wins over what they think they should eat.
Our junior high testers were won over by the V8 V-Fusion Vegetable and Fruit Smoothie, 'I didn't think V8 could taste this good.'
How food and beverage marketers are targeting Hispanics, Asians and other fast-growing demographic groups.
Gums such as tara, carrageenan, locust bean and cellulose are good choices for creating a smooth creamy ice cream texture with reduced ice crystal size.
"Miracle meat of a million uses" celebrates 75 years.
Our News and Trends Editor offers a list of her favorite food and beverage prototypes from this year's annual meeting and food expo.
Will the category's 'quality copy-cat' reputation hold up after the recession?
Oregon State's Linus Pauling Institute finds evidence that higher levels of vitamin C can help reduce the chronic diseases that today kill most people in the developed world.
Study shows Americans' believe 'figuring out their taxes is simpler than improving diet and health.'
Salty snacks present unique challenges for sodium reduction.
Manufacturers are finding increasing demand for botanical remedies is both a national and international trend.
Refrigerated and frozen soups for discerning (but busy) restaurant chefs.
Contract manufacturer is dedicated to shelf stability and environmental stability.
Innovative cultures enable R&D creativity and success. Congratulations to ConAgra, Truitt Bros. and Kettle Cuisine.
A cross-functional team lends innovation from all segments to ensure new product success.
The National Confectioners Association notes trends in confectionery and snacks for 2012 are pushing new boundaries.
Happiness is unwrapped at the 2012 Sweets & Snacks Expo.
This year's SymphonyIRI New Product Pacesetters appeal to increasing at-home consumption.
While science refutes the 4-MEI/caramel coloring-cancer connection, soda makers reformulate for California.