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Editor's Note: A season of change in food and beverage manufacturing

Change is in the air, and trends seem to be shifting.
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Editor's Note: PS, I hate you. The truth doesn’t always set you free

When I was awoken today by my alarm clock set to a local news radio station, I thought, “Today’s going to be a better day for the food industry.”


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Engineering R&D: MAP for HPP

High-pressure processing may be the 21st century’s most dynamic new technology for pasteurization, and modified atmosphere packaging is the latest expansion of its possibilities.


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Editor's Note: Leaps in automation produce efficiency, but the human touch is still essential

As I was preparing remarks for this month’s Food Automation & Manufacturing Conference, I came across an Association for Manufacturing Excellence research study on the challenges facing manufacturing.


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Food Safety: Verify, verify, verify

Recent rash of recalls reinforces the importance of a sound allergen control plan.


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Engineering R&D: The upside of cavitation

Product heating and mixing are being transformed with technology that makes cavitation a positive force.


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Editor's Note: It’s all about you, you smart, tech-savvy bunch

A few months ago, our corporate office conducted a survey on Food Engineering subscribers’ likes, dislikes and reading and researching habits.


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Top 10 wishes for improving food safety

As an industry, we simply cannot take shortcuts in protecting our products, our industry and our customers
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Engineering R&D: Tiny bubbles

Adding oxygen and removing nitrogen and other dissolved gases from a grow-tank can be a cost-prohibitive process for fish farmers, but new oxygenation technology significantly changes the cost equation.
 


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Truly the best experience will be ready for you this April in Fort Myers

As many of you who read this column each month are well aware, Food Engineering’s Food Automation & Manufacturing Conference and Expo is held every year in Florida during April.


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Plant of the Year 2014

Blue Diamond Growers was chosen as Food Engineering's 2014 Plant of the Year. The Sacramento-based company is the world’s largest producer of almonds and almond ingredients.

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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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The October 2014 issue of Food Engineering explores companies that have successfully grappled with "the new business reality" and are coming to terms with it being here to stay. Also, read about the work going on behind the scenes to keep FSMA on track.

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