It was just over a year ago that David Belanger took over as president and CEO of Community Coffee. He has made some changes, such as spinning off CC's Coffee House into a separate business and introducing new cups for single-serve coffeemakers.
In Part II of a four-part Q&A series on the International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE), Rich Hoskins, IBIE Committee Member and Director of Operations for Colborne Foodbotics, discusses the educational offerings available at this year’s expo.
As public concerns grow over the perceived public health and safety threats associated with energy drinks and highly-caffeinated products, the market for these beverages, and the regulatory authorities that oversee it, are preparing for major changes.
Companies today know that social media platforms, like Facebook and Twitter, are great ways to build brand awareness and greater brand loyalty. However, most companies are missing opportunities to protect their brands by using these same tools to plan for and execute recalls.
Dean Foods Co. said Wednesday that the company is planning a reverse stock split of its common shares. These kinds of stock splits reduce the number of shares outstanding and companies typically do it to boost the value of its existing shares.
The former Seattle distribution center for the Liquor Control Board has been sold to a commercial real estate investment company for $23.4 million. The sale to Panattoni Development Company, Inc. was finalized by the state Department of Enterprise Services.
There's a sense of urgency to the quest for workplace harmony, as baby boomers delay retirement and work side-by-side with people young enough to be their children — or grandchildren. Put people of widely different ages together and there are bound to be differences.
Kevin Cleary, the CEO of Clif Bar explains the origin of the growing company. Legend has it that owner and founder Gary Erickson was on a long bike ride, dissatisfied with his energy bar, when it occurred to him to start making his own — with a little help from his mom.
The energy-drink market continues to grow at a rapid pace, but the segment is facing increasing scrutiny from regulators and consumers in regards to the beverages’ safety. Frank Jaksch, Jr. of ChromaDex spoke with Food Manufacturing about the unique challenges faced by energy-drink manufacturers.
Company's custom UV watermark tapes help protect against counterfeits or product-swapping.
Company's line of acrylic flow meters are being offered with any one of the interchangeable direct reading scales for Air, Water, Argon, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen, Helium and Hydrogen.
Company's chemical imaging technology (CIT®) is a hyperspectral sensor-based system for potato processors that creates an image of sugar end potato strips to show invisible defects.
Abundant rainfall and milder temperatures have raised expectations for the harvest in Kentucky, a state where corn and soybeans account for about one-third of the overall agricultural cash receipts, which are hovering around $5 billion annually.
The food safety law firm of Simon & Luke, along with local counsel, Miller Grell Law Group, has filed another lawsuit in Nebraska stemming from a multi-state cyclospora outbreak linked to salad mix produced by Taylor Farms of Mexico and served at Olive Garden Restaurants.
In this photo, researchers organize food inside a simulated Martian base dome on Mauna Loa, Hawaii. Six researchers have spent the past four months living in a small dome on a barren Hawaii lava field at 8,000 feet, trying to figure out what foods astronauts might eat on Mars and during deep-space missions.
Only a few years ago, tofu, tempeh and seitan were barely known in the culinary world. Now, they are on grocery store shelves across America. New research states that while only 7 percent of consumers identify themselves as vegetarian, 36 percent indicate they use meat alternatives.
Pinnacle Foods Inc. said its second-quarter loss widened on hefty charges related to its initial public offering and other items, but its adjusted profit beat Wall Street predictions and it boosted its full-year profit prediction. The company posted a loss of $31.8 million for the three months ended June 30.
Officials with the Diamond State Port Corp. and Dole Food Co. announced an agreement in principle Tuesday for Dole to continue using Wilmington's port for its cargo for the next 15 years. The agreement gives Dole two options for 10-year extensions.
Chipotle Mexican Grill said its beef, chicken and pork continues to come from animals not given antibiotics or added hormones whenever possible. But it said it's considering tweaking its "responsibly raised" meat standards to allow meat from animals that have been given antibiotics to treat illnesses.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo started the Governor's Cup Wine Tour and Competition early Tuesday afternoon at the Anthony Road Wine Company in Penn Yan. After the tour, Cuomo will present the Governor's Cup, which recognizes the best wine in New York state.