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Food Safety: Try educating, not training

April 4, 2003
The Austrian educator, Rudolph Steiner said, “If you hear, you forget. If you see, you remember. If you do, you understand.” This should be the basis of all educational programs that are developed for food processing plants.
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The World of Packaging Under One Roof

April 4, 2003
Throngs of food and packaging professionals flocked to Chicago for Pack Expo 2000, the biennial showcase for the machines shaping the industry's products
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Power in numbers

April 4, 2003
Blueberry farmers combine forces to purchase a sorter that improves productivity and efficiency.
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Case Study<br>Metal detectors crack a nutty problem

April 4, 2003
After installation, nut producer's liability dropped significantly.
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TechnologyUpdate: International brewer finds the recipe for success

April 4, 2003
South African Breweries (SAB) has grown rapidly in recent years to become one of the top five international brewing giants. In the process it has acquired large and small brewing operations around the world, presenting the company with enormous opportunities to introduce its leading brands to new markets.
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Case Study<br>Soy drink wedges itself into single-serve market

April 4, 2003
New packaging makes a strong impression while delivering extended shelf life benefits.
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Administration urges review of food policies

April 4, 2003
.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman says the powerful forces revolutionizing the global economy are also having an impact on U.S. food and agriculture industries.
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A League of Their Own

April 4, 2003
Why -- and how -- continuous improvement teams achieve results that many processors only dream of.
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Food Packaging

March 30, 2003
Unloved by Wall Street, H.J. Heinz Co. nonetheless continues to invest heavily in innovative packaging, a commitment recognized recently by the Packaging Education Forum when it presented the Pittsburgh food processor with its Packaging Leader award.
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Renovation leaves candy manufacturer with sweet taste

March 30, 2003
Candy manufacturer Favorite Brands International of Bannockburn, Ill., needed to add capabilities to three production lines at one of its Chicago plants.
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