Articles by Kevin T. Higgins, Senior Editor

Safe, effective microwave cooking

June 3, 2004
By better focusing microwave energy and reducing signal attenuation that results in uneven heating, engineers hope to make continuous-flow microwave processing commercially viable.
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Man & Machine

June 3, 2004
Technology received its due at Food Engineering's three-day Food Automation & Manufacturing Conference & Expo, but the human side of processing kept rearing its lovely head.
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Quality Quantified

June 3, 2004
Food engineers understand their responsibility in delivering a consistent product, but what is their role in delivering a quality product?
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Surround sound, meet surround smell

June 2, 2004
Product launches may gain an edge when consumers get a whiff.
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Development defines suspension systems

May 13, 2004
Cold-particle suspension has been used for years in meat and poultry plants, but today's technology is significantly advanced.
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Thermal workhorses

May 4, 2004
Technical refinements in heat exchangers are lowering maintenance costs, increasing efficiency, and improving safety for food and beverage manufacturers.
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Plant of the Year: Pepperidge Farm, Built for Speed

April 6, 2004
Pepperidge Farm built on earlier projects and solid in-house engineering to construct a powerhouse bakery.
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Neither rain, nor snow, nor...

April 6, 2004
Connecticut's most brutal winter in memory was a constant threat to derail the scheduled completion of Pepperidge Farm's Bloomfield, Conn., project.
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How to get management approval

April 6, 2004
In the case of Pepperidge Farm's Bloomfield, Conn., bakery, ROI was just the first half of the equation.
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Buns of fire

April 6, 2004
A three-year collaboration between academia and industry to develop a vision-based automated inspection system for commercial bakeries is reaching the front burner.
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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.

Podcasts

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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TYSON FOODS

Tyson Foods made headlines announcing the company intends to acquire Hillshire Brands in a deal valued at $8.55 billion. Do you think the acquisition for will be beneficial for meat and poultry processors?
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Food Engineering

July 2014

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The July 2014 issue of Food Engineering features the 12th Annual Replacement Parts Survey. Also covered: OEE improvement steps and increased filtration cycle.

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