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Processors beef up food safety measures and invest in automation to remain competitive.
Manufacturers can reduce their carbon footprint and grab sustainability awards by implementing energy solutions that rely on solar power.
Performance was not the focus, but became the outcome.
Modest improvements in US business conditions are expected to continue.
Social media engagement is highest among moms with children in the home.
With the right strategies, you could decrease wastewater surcharges from your publicly owned treatment works and recoup some energy out of your wastewater.
Economic Research Service Web Content and Farmers Market Directory APIs will spur further development.
The top spot on the list went to a basic technology with major ramifications.
Images from Food Automation & Manufacturing Conference and Expo in Naples, Florida, April 14-17, 2013.
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