- THE MAGAZINE
- FOOD MASTER
Articles by Jeremy Gerrard
As consumer trends come and go, protein-packed Greek yogurt has staying power among its cultured counterparts. But for those not into it, Stonyfield is hoping to capture the protein trend with a new alternative known as Petite Crème.
Tyson Foods, Inc. will shut down operations and close three plants in Cherokee, Iowa; Buffalo, New York; and Santa Teresa, New Mexico, as part of an ongoing effort to improve performance in the prepared food business, the company said last week.
With poultry consumption on the rise, CMS Technology and the University of Georgia (UGA) have launched an alliance to focus on secondary processing and food safety in the poultry industry.
With economic growth, an increasing working class population and lifestyle changes, the Indonesian ready-to-eat food market is projected to rapidly expand throughout the next five years, according to a report from TechSci Research.
The Meat Industry Suppliers Alliance Foundation (MISAF) awarded seven $10,000 scholarships to college students in the US, the most in foundation history.
With bulk solids accounting for 80 percent of the items transported throughout the world, the new center will be the first of its kind in North America.
Chinese media outlet Dragon TV aired undercover footage of employees at the Shanghai facility casually placing meat that fell on the ground back into company supplies.
Experts say consumers are now the chief packaging officer, demanding packaging fulfill their personal needs.
In Europe, ARC says warehouse management systems suppliers are optimistic about growth prospects