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Manufacturing Software: Get innovative in dealing with IT

March 28, 2003
Point IT to places in operations where there are technology-based opportunities.
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Food Packaging: Recycled paperboard’s surprising strength

March 28, 2003
Mayfield Dairy takes packaging into freezer application.
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Engineering R&D: A CO2 solution for juice

March 28, 2003
Fresh, nonthermally treated juice has enormous sales potential. A new process is emerging from the research lab to accomplish that.
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1999 PACKAGING TRENDS: Safety & Convenience Take Center Stage

March 28, 2003
Food Engineering’s 14th Annual Packaging Trends Survey of our readers reveals that concern for product safety, shelf life and consumer convenience continues to fuel improvements in packaging equipment flexibility and automation.
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Editors Note: Need to feed at full-speed? Indeed

March 28, 2003
This past June I had the honor of being invited to judge the annual DuPont Awards for packaging.
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Asepsis Reconsidered

March 28, 2003
New technologies and a broader view of objectives could help aseptic processing realize its potential.
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Proactive Maintenance: You Can Bank on it

March 27, 2003
Emergency repairs cost 10 times more than planned repairs, yet reactive maintenance — “don’t fix it ‘til it breaks” — is still the mindset in many food plants. Proactive maintenance can dramatically cut costs and boost productivity.
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SUPPLY CHAIN SAVVY

March 27, 2003
A well-planned and executed supply chain solution streamlines operations and all upstream/downstream links, from raw materials through distribution producing corporate-wide efficiencies.
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Engineering R&D: Advances in Ozonation

March 27, 2003
As reported earlier by Food Engineering (September, '97), ozone -- a powerful oxidant which destroys microbes -- was affirmed as GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) by an FDA-recognized expert panel.
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Digital In-Line Blending Continuously Standardizes Non-dairy Products

March 27, 2003
The H.P. Hood plant at Oneida, NY, shifted from a batch to a continuous process for standardizing non-dairy creamer production with a skid-mounted Digital In-Line Blending system designed and installed by JCS Controls, Inc.
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Burns & McDonnell project manager RJ Hope and senior project engineer Justin Hamilton discuss the distinctions between Food Safety and Food Defense as well as the implications for food manufacturers of the Food Safety Modernization Act.
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