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Good Pest Control Requires Good Records

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Accurate, comprehensive record-keeping is as much a part of a pest management program as setting traps.

5 Disruptors to Watch in the Food Industry: Impossible Foods

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Impossible Foods’ mission is to create a meat substitute so good that it will drive the real thing out of business.

Whole Foods Trying to Make Up with Local Suppliers

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Whole Foods is trying to repair its relationship with small, local suppliers, which was disrupted by the Amazon takeover.

Food Processing, Putman Media Announce 2019 Class of Influential Women in ...

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27 manufacturing leaders—among more than 120 women nominated by their peers and others they've inspired—join the ranks of Influential Women in Manufacturing

2019 Research and Development Survey: Cleaner Labels Still Important

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Cleaning up labels continues to be a priority among respondents to our 48th annual R&D Survey. But what’s the state of innovation as a whole?

Market View: Make Continuing Education a Priority for Marketing

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If marketing is a 'profession,' then treat it like one; create development programs and maybe even certification.

2019 Capital Spending Outlook: Building Bigger

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Food Processing's annual capital spending survey foresees a healthy 16.6 percent increase as food and beverage companies pump up the size of their building projects.

The Plant May be the Best Incubator Program You've Never Heard Of

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Tucked away in Chicago’s south side, this 93,500 square foot facility contains hidden gems for the future of food and beverage processing, sustainability, and economic development.

January 2019 New Food and Beverage Round-Up

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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.

The Electronic Component of Plant Pest Control

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Cameras, smart devices and other digital/electronic equipment can enhance a pest-management program.

2019 Manufacturing Outlook: Glass Full but Jobs Empty

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Our annual Manufacturing Survey shows optimism about the future, but prospects of finding and keeping needed workers are less rosy.

January 2019 Food Processing

How to Prevent Computers Becoming a Contaminant in Food Manufacturing

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As computers become an important asset to the manufacturing process, how food and beverage processors prevent them from becoming a key source of contamination as well?

Processor of the Year 2018: Plant Operations at Smithfield Foods

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The One Smithfield initiative spreads best manufacturing practices across the company, increasing efficiency and consistency.

2018 Salary and Job Satisfaction Survey Results: In Job Satisfaction, Food ...

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Salaries and satisfaction among food and beverage employees are sliding a little, according to our annual survey.

The Potential in Autonomous Work Teams

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Autonomous work teams have the potential to increase efficiency by giving employees greater buy-in.

Big Data Drives Food Safety Programs at Amazon and Costco

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Systems that marry potentially dangerous products to the people who purchased them are distinctions of these customer-centric organizations.

The Hurdles of ‘Clean’ and Better-for-You Snacks

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Better-for-you snack manufacturers must clear production hurdles to chase opportunities.

Hormel to Expand Pizza Toppings Plant

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Hormel is almost doubling the size of a plant in Nevada, Iowa, that makes meat toppings for pizza.

Wanted: More Muscular Information Systems in Food and Beverage

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As food companies upgrade their enterprise software, the opportunity to replace manufacturing systems with a leaner, less costly software layer beckons.

Private Label’s Siren Song: A Case Study in Supply vs. Demand

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No matter how strong a brand is, food manufacturers who expand capacity must have a fallback when demand falls short. In this case study, we look at how product development and manufacturing for other companies will help justify Jelly Belly Candy’s latest expansion in Asia.

Color-Coding as a Preventive Control in Food Processing

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Food Processing partnered with Remco Products to explain the benefits of color-coding as a preventive control as well as tactics for how to implement it.

2018 R&D Teams of the Year: Grainful

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Whole grains products company Grainful won our R&D Teams of the Year poll in the small size category. The free-spirited Ithaca, N.Y.-based manufacturer with a small but passionate team specializes in flavorful, frozen grain-based meals and sides that are all gluten-free, nonGMO and ...

Wild Blueberry Grower Profile: Merrill Wild Blueberries

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We’ve partnered with the Wild Blueberry Association of North America to feature this Blueberry business that is four generations strong.

Costco Eyes September 2019 Start-Up for Poultry Processing

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September 2019 is now the expected start-up date for Costco Wholesale Inc.’s poultry processing operation in Fremont, Neb., according to Craig Wilson, vice president and general merchandising manager.

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