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Engineering R&D: What's printing for dinner?

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

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

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

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

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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Engineering R&D: First-ballot inductee

The Packaging Hall of Fame Class of 2010 includes professionals from a number of walks of life but only one inventor: Bob Dodrill.
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Editor's Note: Seeking innovation?

True innovation is within your reach. One of the best ways to achieve it is by networking with food industry colleagues in an educational atmosphere.
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Food Safety: Let's get back to basics

Lack of sanitation is the root cause of almost every food poisoning incident and a significant number of the recalls.
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Editor's Note: Here's to a better economy and a better 2011

As they move into 2011, processors are strong and lean from continuous improvement efforts as well as margin success in the switch from prepared foods to in-home dining.
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Editor's Note: Three cheers for sustainability, jeers to consumers

Last month when we were preparing this issue devoted to sustainability, I wondered if our readers around the globe could hear me laughing out loud. It was a laugh uttered not out of joy but irony.
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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 September 2014 issue of Food Engineering explores how lean manufacturing, quality improvements and increased automation helps processors meet rapidly changing demands. Also, read how robotics, advanced machine controls, software and OEE are just a few of the tools that can boost productivity on packaging lines.

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