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Food Safety: Plans for the small business owner

May 1, 2011
There are simple and inexpensive ways to build a program that protects your customers and your business.
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Editor's Note: Turn a missed opportunity into a manufacturing solution

May 1, 2011
As I’m writing this month’s Editor’s Note, I’m working in my office after just reviewing the evaluation forms from the Food Automation & Manufacturing Conference and Expo (FA&M) held in early April.
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Engineering R&D: Gen II for biofuels

May 1, 2011
Commodity prices and a credit crunch sidelined the first wave of biofuel plants, but process inefficiencies also played a role. The next generation of ethanol producers won’t make the same mistake.
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Editor's Note: Come hell and high water

April 1, 2011
As we have sadly learned, no one nation, person or business is immune from the wrath of Mother Nature.
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Engineering R&D: Research as continuous improvement

April 1, 2011
More than half a century has passed since Bettcher’s electric trimmer debuted, but engineers continue the pursuit of design improvement.
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Engineering R&D: What's printing for dinner?

March 1, 2011
3D printers have followed the path of mainframe computers: unrealized potential related to unaffordable access. Thanks to a serendipitous food application, 3D is morphing into a PC.
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Food Safety: A team approach to audits must be in place

March 1, 2011
Today’s audits are not only more complex, they are more comprehensive and demand a collaborative effort.
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Editor's Note: The next Walmart effect: healthier Americans and more customers

February 1, 2011
The retailing giant plans to reduce sodium, sugar and trans fat in the products it sells by 2015 and produce a simple front-of-product label to deliver the message to consumers.
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Engineering R&D: Membranes and milk

February 1, 2011
Separation technology helps researchers isolate components in milk, but understanding precisely what those components do remains an active area for research.
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Food Safety: There's a new sheriff in town

January 1, 2011
It is imperative that processors find out as much as they can about each GFSI audit standard before making a selection.
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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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2014 April

Catch a preview of the Powder and Bulk Show in this April 2014 edition of Food Engineering. Also, be sure to check out a coffee stick making a real stir and a major advancement in the the pet food industry.
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