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Engineering R&D: Sensors for a digital world

November 1, 2011
Advances in sensor technology are bringing industrially hardened detectors with on-board electronics to food and beverage processors.
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Food Safety: Ode to the pallet

October 1, 2011
Keep an eye on one of the least considered plant tools. It could make a huge difference in your food safety plan.
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Editor's Note: Calling all innovators

October 1, 2011
Now is the time to begin preparing your entry for FE’s top honor, the 30th Annual Plant of the Year award.
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Engineering R&D: GE salmon swim upstream

October 1, 2011
Genetically engineered grains are mainstream, but gene splicing in livestock remains experimental. A Boston area biotechnology firm hopes to change that and end its 18-year quest for commercial approval.
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Food Safety: Fear mongering in the media

September 1, 2011
Frightening the public with half-truths and innuendo is not the way to teach them about food and nutrition.
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Editor's Note: The times they are still a-changing'

September 1, 2011
The current economic climate is reshaping the face of our industry like never before, with many of the largest food and beverage companies obtaining more than half of their income from outside their home markets.
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Engineering R&D: New solution for slaughter

September 1, 2011
Systems development can create strange bedfellows. Take, for example, the alliance between an Alabama road construction firm and food scientists addressing animal welfare issues.
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Editor's Note: Embracing the new methods of manufacturing leadership

August 1, 2011
The days of management by walking around the plant are long gone, and more collaborative work sessions and wireless tools will be embraced by future manufacturing leadership.
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Engineering R&D: The insect management challenge

June 1, 2011
With chemical fumigants facing an uncertain future, a small group of scientists are investigating fresh approaches to insect management in stored grains.
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Editor's Note: Product quality: Strange coincidence or harbinger?

June 1, 2011
OK,  readers, what’s going on out there? I am very surprised to report four food and beverage quality issues that occurred on consumer purchases I made in the past six weeks.
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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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