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Premiumization Drives Pet Food

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Pet food is evolving toward premiumization due to owners increasingly identifying with their pets almost as equals.

Green Plant of the Year 2019: Smithfield Foods

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On a five-year mission to sustainability, this pet food plant in Orange City, Iowa, became zero waste-to-landfill.

How to Make Wastewater Less Wasteful

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Recovery of usable water and methane gas from wastewater pretreatment reduces costs and improves environmental impact.

October 2019

Better-for-You Frozen Apps from Farmwise LLC

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Using a blend of farm-grown vegetables and beans, the family developed a patent-pending process to provide consumers a healthier alternative to America’s beloved ketchup dipper.

General Mills Makes Leadership Changes

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CFO retires, Blue Buffalo founder eases out.

Peter McGuinness Promoted to Chobani President

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Six-year veteran is No. 2 under CEO and founder Hamdi Ulukaya; plus a handful of other promotions.

Ingredient Round Up: August 2019

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

Food Industry Acquisition Activity Cooled a Bit in 2018

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There were 527 food industry mergers and acquisitions in 2018, down almost 11% from 2017’s record year, according to the Food Institute.

Top 100 Food and Beverage Companies for 2019: Bouncing Back

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After three straight years of top-line declines, some of the biggest food and beverage companies have returned to growth – at least in sales.

Nutrition Bars Category Not Running Out of Novelty

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The explosion of nutrition bars to meet any and every need propels personalized, on-the-go snacking.

Discarded Processed Food Supplants Pricey Feed Corn

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High corn prices are forcing farmers and ranchers to turn to alternatives for feeding their animals, including discarded processed foods.

General Mills Sales Up a Billion in Fiscal 2019

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Net earnings down a bit; Blue Buffalo gives sales bump.

FDA Slows Down Enforcement Actions

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The Trump administration has significantly slowed the intensity of enforcement by the FDA.

Recycled Plastic Shortage Hits Bottlers

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Beverage companies that want to put more of their product into recycled plastic are coming up against a shortage of used containers.

FDA Names Pet Foods in Disease Study

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The FDA is investigating a link between heart disease in dogs and certain pet foods.

How Much Real Potential is there in Cannabis?

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Marijuana's two main components, CBD and THC, have very different uses and potentials in food and beverage products. In our June cover story, we get blunt about breaking down the bud.

2019 R&D Teams of the Year: Innovation Beyond the Comfort Zone

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Sargento, Lundberg Family Farms and Athens Foods are this year’s winners for our 2019 R&D Teams of the Year award.

2019 R&D Teams of the Year: Sargento

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While cheese remains at the heart of everything Sargento does, new product growth is this Wisconsin-based R&D Team's top priority.

Ingredient Round Up: May 2019

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

HPP Seems A Natural Fit for Natural Foods

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High-Pressure Processing allows manufacturers of organic food and beverage products to keep the products safe and healthy.

Are Contract Manufacturing and Organic, Natural Products Made for Each Other?

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Organic and natural products are taking hold in private label – and for-hire processors are filling that niche.

Mars Shifts Its C-Suite

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Mars Inc. has announced two senior management shifts, one promotion and one new hire.

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.

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