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Increased access, both online and through small foodservice and retail venues, sparks interest in new ethnic foods and flavors.
Mars Inc. has announced two senior management shifts, one promotion and one new hire.
Authenticity is the underlying product development theme at Smithfield’s Innovation Center.
While consumer interpretations and needs vary, gut health is becoming mainstream.
From simple machines to vision-guided robots, automation speeds meat-cutting lines while enhancing worker and product safety.
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.
As high-pressure processing becomes more high-volume, its price comes down and its advantages become more obvious.
How sound is immune-system health as a nutraceutical benefit, both scientifically and from a marketing standpoint?
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?
Hostess Brands has moved some of its marketing functions to Chicago and has hired a former food industry executive and consultant to handle its marketing.
Tyson Foods has created the position of chief marketing officer and promoted the head of its Tyson and Jimmy Dean businesses to fill it.
Trade wars and the government shutdown have contributed to a mixed record so far.
Diverse and steady, this category wrestles with consumer dichotomy of health versus indulgence.
Whether formulating or manufacturing, all things point to convenience as this year's breakfast food trend.
Every processor is thinking snacks; they also need to think about flavors and manufacturing considerations.
Processors are key partners to grocery store bakeries, although the artisanal nature of bakery is holding back factory automation.
Secondary packaging and checkweighing equipment can both add versatility and yield useful data for food and beverage manufacturers.
Fruit flavors, ethnic flavors and spices are major ingredient categories—and the newest ones often come from far away.
Whether synthetic or petroleum-based, food-grade lubricants keep equipment operating safely.
Cleaning and sanitation at food and beverage plants have to be both effective and efficient, which sometimes requires a balancing act.
Scaling up gluten-free production often requires using equipment in ways completely unlike baking with conventional dough.
Cameras, smart devices and other digital/electronic equipment can enhance a pest-management program.
Our annual Manufacturing Survey shows optimism about the future, but prospects of finding and keeping needed workers are less rosy.
Variable-frequency drives and other components help make electric motors more versatile and effective.