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Premiumizing milk to keep dairy relevant

While there is ongoing debate regarding use of the word “milk” on non-mammalian-derived products, once there’s a resolution — either direction — that will likely not get many of today’s consumers to drink more of the white stuff.

Processors must soon comply with FSMA's rule to try to stop intentional adulteration

As food and beverage companies should be well aware, in 2016 the FDA finalized all seven major rules that implement the core of FSMA.

Oat milk trend continues to gain momentum

Oatly pioneered the oat milk production process in the 1990s, but as the dairy-free beverage has entered the mainstream spotlight, more oat milk products are quickly appearing.

Demand for plant-based foods continues to grow

Interest in plant-based diets continues to sprout, giving food manufacturers and retailers a chance to cultivate shopper engagement and grow sales, Chicago-based research firm IRI says.

Gottlieb resigns from FDA, dairy projects in the balance

US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Scott Gottlieb signed a resignation letter Tuesday with intent to leave the role in one month. He has served as Commissioner for nearly two years and been pivotal in the recent plant ‘milk’ vs. dairy

What Makes Stainless Steel "Stainless"?

Stainless steel, or inox steel (from the French word "inoxydable"), does not readily oxidize (rust) like ordinary steel does.

Coming to grocery shelves in 2019

Banana milk, cassava flour and pea yogurt may sound exotic, but I predict they’re going to be in your shopping cart in 2019.

A Plan to Advance Agriculture and Our Food Supply

A new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine identifies the most promising scientific breakthroughs that are possible to achieve in the next decade...

Ways to Improve Productivity in Food Manufacturing

Food manufacturers across the globe are currently facing some monumental challenges, including some of the biggest brands in the business.

FDA will soon update dairy labeling standards

Dairy organizations encouraged by FDA commissioner’s comments on dairy labeling regulations

Plant-based milks make a bigger splash

Not so long ago, non-dairy milks were limited mostly to soy and almond beverages in traditional milk cartons and shelf-stable Tetra Paks, but that’s been changing...

Dairy industry wants stricter milk, cheese definitions

Can meat grown in a lab still be called meat? Can milk that comes from nuts rather than cows bear the name milk? And can mayonnaise made without eggs still be called mayo?

What food companies should know about GDPR

The EU's General Data Protection Regulation will also apply to food companies, which will have a legal obligation to be more transparent about what they do with consumer data, says David Martin of The European Consumer Organization, BEUC.

A Roadmap for Pushing Manufacturing Forward

Stay nimble, embrace change, work with schools and connect with your consumers, says Mars Wrigley's Tracey Massey.

WHO calls for elimination of trans fat in foods by 2023

he World Health Organization wants to eliminate artificial trans fats from the global food supply and has a step-by-step strategy on how to do so by 2023.

360° Tour

The renovated building located within the INOXPA Group headquarters in Banyoles, was officially opened in 2016 and is now a key part of the Company’s R&D development strategy.

National Milk Producers Lauds Spending Bill For Dairy Pride Act Language

The congressional spending bill signed by the President today directs the FDA to take action against imitation dairy foods, “representing a victory for farmers and consumers alike,”

PROLAC HCP and SLR pumps obtained the 3-A sanitary certificate

It is worth noting that these pumps achieved 3-A certification for their standard version, with few changes made. In simple terms, this means buyers will obtain a significant price benefit, as no additional costs are required.

FDA announces enforcement discretion policy for certain FSMA regulations

The agency is exercising enforcement discretion to allow time to consider changes or other approaches to address concerns regarding the application of these provisions.

US Food Market Outlook 2018: 5 Key Trends From Packaged Facts

Today's food retail trends will shape the industry for years to come, and retailers know it. In the brand new report U.S. Food Market Outlook 2018, market research firm Packaged Facts examines and forecasts...

Private-label beverages performing well in changing marketplace

Although the economy is fairly stable, today’s consumers view the consumer packaged goods (CPGs) market differently, buying products first based on need and second based on brand, a plus for private-label marketers...

Ice cream sales see an upturn

Ice cream sales have been ticking up, showing some promise in the ever-competitive category. Sales of frozen novelties, meanwhile, have not been faring as well. Unit sales have been falling, and dollar sales have been nearly frozen.

Watch that Pressure!

Pressure can be a very tricky thing. PSI or pounds per square inch is the common unit of measure for pressure in this country.

State of the Industry 2017: Milk is on trend and getting the word out

The milk sector earns the class of 2017’s MOST AMBITIOUS honors as it taps into trends in an attempt to reverse a multi-year decline in consumption.

Cleaning Up The Sanitation Process In Food Manufacturing

In the modern era of mass distribution, 24-hour news cycles and complex supply chains, food & beverage (F&B) manufacturers are under a dizzying array of safety regulations and operational pressures.

The Unlikely Medical History of Chocolate Syrup

How the sundae staple went from treatment to just treat. Pharmacists once used chocolate syrup to mask the bitter flavor of their remedies—and make a little money on the side.

GMA: New Poll on Product Date Labels

GMA: New Poll on Product Date Labels Shows Confusion and Dissension Within Households

Top 10 Hot Topics This Week

Grocery competition, Campbell and Breyers were hot topics this week.

IBM and Cornell University to work together to keep global milk supply safe

IBM Research and Cornell University have teamed up to help improve the safety of the global milk supply through genetic sequencing and big data analytics research.

FDA delays rolling out new nutrition facts label

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration on Tuesday delayed indefinitely implementation of a new nutrition facts label that would enlarge calorie counts, itemize added sugar and bring serving sizes in line with actual average portions.
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Did You Know?

The difference between 304 and 316 stainless steel are the chemical properties. The key difference is that 316 has the addition of 2-3% molybdenum to the stainless steel. The addition of Molybdenum helps some applications due to the increased corrosion resistance, particularly to chlorides.

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