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July/August 2017

FSMA’s Next Steps — Produce processors start to prepare for first round of inspections

Inside and Out — Produce packaging companies improve on appearance

Reinventing the Can — Technology innovations reinvent the can

Transforming Waste — Bio-based plastics show great potential

So Many Ways — Tree Top expanding the variety of uses for fruit crops

Process Expo — Food processing takes center state at Process Expo

May/June 2017

The Best Protection — A sound food defense strategy can thwart harm to the food supply chain

Expanding and Engaging — Fresh-cut sector keeps diversifying in response to new consumer trends

Cool Considerations — Think about these fundamental issues as part of cold storage design/build plans

Trends at the Table — These eight food and beverage trends will make their mark on 2017-2018

Product Focus — Take a look at some new approaches

Summer Shows Bring Innovation to Windy City — Global Cold Chain Expo, United Fresh

March/April 2017

A Receptive Audience — Preventive controls training initiative gains acceptance

Fermentation Nation — Processing ‘the natural way’ re-emerges as a top food trend

Going Bananas — From flour to snacks, staple makes its way into the diet

Big Fans of Fans — Key component of plant HVAC systems good for workers and food quality

Boosting the Bottom Line — How to best use logistics software to increase profitability

January/February 2017

Be Prepared — The reasoning behind conducting a mock product recall

The Main Ingredient — Company launches effort to diversify and attack problem of food waste

This Year’s Menu — A variety of challenges and opportunities confront produce processors in 2017

Clean and Simple — A different approach to ingredients adds new benefits to classic food favorites

The Blend Trend — Plant-based infusions into other types of foods are on the rise

CLFP, Fruit Logistica — Winter shows return bigger and better

November/December 2016

Risk Reducer — Postharvest washes tackle residue, cross-contamination, quality issues

The Rise of Cauliflower — New products, uses fuel increased demand

Flourishing in Foodservice — Processed tomatoes, grown in fields and greenhouses, a market mainstay

Attract and Retain — Taylor Farms Tennessee implements employee programs

Driven by Convenience — Increasing world demand drives market for cutting, peeling machinery

September/October 2016

Building a Wall — Chlorine dioxide application system is linchpin of bioprotection technology

All Talk – and Action — Produce packaging gets smarter all the time

Frozen is Hot — Packaging helps boost success, attractiveness of frozen fruits, vegetables

Pack Expo — Pack Expo highlights packaging innovations for processing industry

The Science of the Can — It may look simple, but this produce package is laden with technology

July/August 2016

Target: Listeria — Recent recalls heighten the vulnerability of frozen foods

More Than a Filling — Cherry processing options expand from Michigan base

Divide and Conquer — Sunkist’s history of equipment innovation includes sectionizers

The Power of Pallets — They’re shipping essentials, whether made of wood, plastic, paper or other materials

Keep the Line Moving — Conveying systems offer solutions to unique problems

 

 

May/June 2016

Hunting Season — Produce companies search for best tools to detect pathogens

Pomegranate Potential — Juice, concentrate, arils boost processing possibilities

Deep Freeze on Spending — The importance of increasing the efficiency of refrigerator/freezer equipment

Inner Beauty — Scarred melons find variety of uses for California company

Frozen Assets — Opportunities, challenges abound in vegetable market

 

 

March/April 2016

Measures treat municipal water used in processing plants

Produce intended for landfill ends up in more valuable places

Systems evolve to produce safe processed food




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