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CIFT seminar to focus on handling, processing food

Educating food businesses on the countless number of food-borne illnesses and product recalls that could be avoided through proper handling, processin... continue reading »


Hayssen adds new business development director

Dan Irod has been appointed to business development director, Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and Russia, f... continue reading »


Online applied sensory, consumer science program accepting applications

University of California (UC) Davis Extension is now accepting applications for the Applied Sensory and Consumer Science Certificate Program. Now i... continue reading »


Registration open for CIFT preventive controls workshop

The Center for Innovative Food Technology (CIFT) will host an FSMA Preventive Controls for Human Food Workshop May 3-4. The workshop, developed by the... continue reading »


TOMRA Sorting Food appoints new technical director

TOMRA Sorting Food has appointed a new technical director to oversee the global development of the company’s technologies. Maciek Wasowski has al... continue reading »


Sonoco to acquire Peninsula Packaging Company

Sonoco has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Peninsula Packaging Company for approximately $230 million in cash. Peninsula, which is owned by a... continue reading »


Crunch Pak multipaks to be sold in plastic bags

New Multi-packs - the Bag in a Bag - from Crunch Pak will be available in retailers soon. Individual bags of Crunch Pak apples, previously packaged i... continue reading »


Ready Pac CEO to keynote FreshMKT Conference

Ready Pac Foods CEO Tony Sarsam will focus on the drive for innovation in fresh foods as keynote speaker at this year’s United FreshMKT Conference, ... continue reading »


SpartanNash CEO succession plan approved

SpartanNash Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the board of directors Dennis Eidson plans to retire as CEO following the annual meeting on May 23... continue reading »


Cornell CALS installs new high-pressure processor

Cornell food scientists are putting the squeeze on the microorganisms that spoil food and make people sick. With the installation of a new high-pre... continue reading »