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Food Safety for Emergency Situations – Power Outages, Fires and Floods

Food Safety for Emergency Situations – Power Outages, Fires and Floods POWER OUTAGES AHEAD OF TIME Make sure the refrigerator temperature is at 40 °F or below and the freezer is at 0 °F or below. Keep a thermometer in both the refrigerator and freezer. To help foods stay colder longer, […]

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‘Clean eating’ is the New Norm

‘Clean eating’ is the new norm IFT17 featured new dimensions to the clean label and natural trends Clean label has become the industry standard among most food and beverage manufacturers and ingredient suppliers. During IFT17, the Institute of Food Technologists’ annual meeting and food exposition, held June 25-28 in Las […]

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Keeping Up with the “Clean Label” Movement

Keeping Up with the “Clean Label” Movement Andrew Winston (reprinted with permission from Harvard Business Review) In Germany, McDonald’s is experimenting with selling a burger made with organic beef. Subway just joined a growing list of companies (including, again, McDonald’s) committing to buy mainly antibiotic-free meat. Why are big, mainstream […]

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Top 10 Trends in Food Development 2017

Top 10 Trends in Food Development 2017 by Food Technology magazine Contributing Editor, A. Elizabeth Sloan (reprinted in part with permission)  Click to view original release A dramatic shift in food preparation practices, a Millennial baby boom, and a strong focus on healthful, natural, and nutritional offerings are resetting priorities […]

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It’s Trade Show Season – Are You Prepared?

It’s Trade Show Season – Are You Prepared? Participating in a trade show can be a wise investment for any company. Preparation is important because it can ‘make or break’ how well your company succeeds during the show. Preparing for a trade show is no easy task and can take […]

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How a Supplier Diversity Program Can Help Your Company Grow

Supplier Diversity Programs Can Help Your Company Grow Businesses that have robust supplier diversity programs report that they see improved quality and often extract other business benefits, including increased market share and access to new revenue opportunities (The Hackett Group, 2017). Companies and organizations that take the time to properly […]

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You Don’t Have to Use Your Noodle!

You Don’t Have to Use Your Noodle! There’s nothing quite like a delicious bowl of soup or stew in the winter. It can be a warming appetizer that gets your taste buds excited for the coming entrée, or it can be an entrée itself. Many soups and stews benefit from […]

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Beef Stew with Farro Foodservice Recipe

Winter is the perfect time for soups and stews.  Farro adds a wonderful nuttiness and great, chewy texture to this flavorful beef stew. Ingredients (10 servings) 5 lbs Chuck Roast, cubed 2 fennel bulbs, thinly sliced 3 large turnips, peeled and cut into ½” cubes 4-5 large carrots, chopped 2 sweet onions, […]

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Sourcing Clean Label Ingredients

According to market research firm Euromonitor, global sales of clean label food products are forecast to reach $180 billion by 2020.  As clean label continues to gain momentum in the food industry, the demand for clean label ingredients will also increase significantly. What does clean label mean to you? Since […]

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Food Ingredients: What Consumers DON’T Want

Food Ingredients: What Consumers DON’T Want “When Americans define what makes a food healthy, it’s becoming more about what isn’t in a food rather than what is in it.” This is a key finding of the 2016 Food and Health Survey conducted by the International Food Information Council (IFIC). What […]

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