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From Chicago's World Wide Food Expo, Australian Trade Commissioner Ian Smith tells Wellness Foods' Editor David Feder about Australia's major contributions to the U.S. food and beverage industry.
Editor David Feder looks forward to a tasteful Institute of Food Technologists conference in New Orleans.
The Natural Products Expo East, held last month in Baltimore, showcased thousands of new products for health and wellness as usual. But there were also some interesting trends worth taking note of. Sustainable and Free-Trade are making aggressive inroads, cherries are back, and editor David Feder...
The editors, contributing writers, Editorial Advisory Board and readers of Food Processing collectively picked eight top product of the past year: Dannon Activia, PepsiCo's Diet Pepsi Jazz, Kool Freeze's Kulfi bars, Birds Eye Foods Steamfresh, Campbell V8 V-Fusion, Wish-Bone Salad Spritzers, ...
In the new economy, research chefs prove culinologys value.
Our annual survey finds R&D adapting to tighter economic times.
Our second annual Salary & Job Satisfaction Survey's recurring theme of More work dumped onto fewer people continues.
You cant run foreign plants from Springdale or Buffalo, but you can put in place the proper local infrastructure to increase the chances of success.
The idea of better-for-you booze might seem like an oxymoron, but brewers and distillers are toasting the emerging market for nutraceutical-enhanced alcoholic beverages.
Our annual unscientific picks for the best new food products of the past year.
Sometimes, the wellness element of a food or beverage is whats on the outside.
Food safety remains the top concern in our sixth annual Manufacturing Trends Survey, with labor issues and energy also topping the worry list.
Chocolate's flavonoids, theobromine and other components go right to the heart.
Any way you bake it, filling consumer demand for healthy baked goods takes the cake.
Consumers are guzzling antioxidants, fruits and vegetables and other good-for-you ingredients but formulation hurdles remain.
Food safety is still the chief concern of processors, but the green trend shot up the charts too; 77 percent see growth this year.
As a marketing enhancement, All-Natural is a natural. But as a definition on a food or beverage label, it resides in a gray legal area.
Consumers are flocking to energy drinks in an attempt to feel better about nutrition while maintaining our 21st Century fast-paced lifestyle.
Tyson's soon-to-be-completed research, development and training facility is a $52 million commitment to continuing product excellence.
"Vitamin E is harmful", "salt is poison", "organic cookies decimate the endangered orangutan habitat" and "the childhood obesity crisis is a red herring made up by the liberal media." These assertions are just a sampling of the flagrant misuses of science degrees by people who should know better....
Meat, poultry and seafood products maneuver a herd of challenges, from flavor and trend fulfillment to food-safety practices.
While a closer look at sodium means processors may now feel better looking for their long-lost shaker of salt, consumers still are taking their wariness to the checkout counter.
Once again, food safety is manufacturers No. 1 concern - but Osama, Katrina and Reddy Kilowatt are out there, too.
The old Victorian aphorism, Children should be seen and not heard, once was the guiding principle of food formulation. No longer.