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Join our digital doyenne in the Twittershpere to talk about food safety, FSMA and how food and beverage processors are coping with regulations.
Join our digital doyenne in the Twittershpere to talk about ingredients, their myths and how well consumers are understanding manufacturers' messages.
Form follows function with new website management system
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced today partially hydrogenated oils are not generally recognized as safe; it opened a 60-day comment period for food manufacturers to respond.
Food safety and production efficiency spur award-winning product innovation.
Consumer analysts have outlined four trends that will likely impact American consumers in 2014.
The Food Processing team has questions, and you - our beloved readers - hold the answers.
The May 12 announcement brings together two Food Processing Top 100 companies both known for their frozen, refrigerated brands.
Expert Recall Index identifies geographic expansion and large-scale events among factors contributing to complexity.
The North Carolina-based snack food manufacturer announced the transactions as part of its strategic plan to focus entirely on its branded products.
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
Food Processing celebrates the women in the food and beverage industry with an exciting new project.
Two of the honorees will be highlighted for their outstanding work and inspiring leadership in the field of food and beverage manufacturing.
We put the heavy technical articles aside for a moment and savor the delightful new products we actually buy for ourselves.
Kelly Finch is one of the 22 women being honored as part of the inaugural class of the Influential Women in Manufacturing.
A Podcast Series from Putman Media that helps industrial manufacturers stay on top of workforce trends.
Keep updated on issues affecting your workplace with Food Processing's podcast series.