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In April of 2015, FoodProcessing.com reported $21 billion in budgeted capital spending by 45 of the nation's largest food and beverage companies. In May, Tom Ryan and Ian Sylvan, investment analysts for MB Financial, advised food processors to find smart ways...
Public comments will now stay open through May 10 on the use of the term "natural" in American food labeling. The FDA has extended the discussion, partially because of three citizen petitions that asked for definition or prohibition of the word...
The diet industry has a new name, according to NPR's The Salt. That name is "health." An October Mintel report explains that "Consumers are somewhat skeptical about diet products, and instead of purchasing traditional diet-specific products, they are turning to...
Enterprise cloud computing pioneered by Salesforce and Amazon Web Services has been around for over a decade. With the advent of Web 2.0, however, cloud technology has developed exponentially and is becoming increasingly useful in all kinds of industries, including...
A Cornell University study has found that public debate over food labeling carries considerable weight with consumers in their support of subsequent labeling decisions. The study gave 450 participants four fictitious news articles about the same agro-food company's decision to label the...
The implementation of new FSMA rules requires leaders in the food processing industry to be more prepared than ever. Preventing problems before they begin defines every new set of compliance measures. Within those rules, proactive attention to food safety...
2015 was a high-profile year for food safety recalls. Many of the FDA's final rules went into effect in 2015. With only a few more to go in 2016, now is the time to attend to your processes. December survey findings...
FDA Funding is available now through April 21, 2016 for outreach, education and training for Native American Tribes and Local Food Producers to enhance food safety and FSMA compliance. Community-based and grassroots organizations, as well as local government entities, are encouraged to...
Things get smarter every day. More and more objects contain embedded technology that communicates, senses, or interacts with its own internal states or the external environment. Gartner estimates that 6.4 billion devices will be connected to the Internet this year,...
Advancements in technology are beginning to strongly impact the food industry. Automation, robotics, and the Internet of Things all change the way we work and the skills our work requires. New products are constantly becoming available for food and beverage applications...