The "Sani-Mix" Blender from AMFEC is a sanitary and efficient mixer constructed of solid stainless steel.
The P-Series Venturi Loader is designed for conveying powders in sanitary applications.
Shares of Starbucks were up slightly in premarket trading Thursday with analysts expecting the coffee company to report a higher profit for its fiscal first quarter after the closing bell. The higher expectations come as Starbucks has continued expanding its footprint and diversifying its business mix.
The world's top tea-growing nations have formed the first-ever international forum of tea producers, aiming to make their product the most popular beverage globally and also to ensure price and production stability. The International Tea Producers' Forum was established by the six major growers — India, Kenya, Indonesia, Malawi, Rwanda and Sri Lanka.
Tennessee is one of five states to receive a federal grant to establish an Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence. The center will be located at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and operated in cooperation with the state Health Department.
The parent company of IHOP and Applebee's said Wednesday that it will eliminate the use of gestation crates from its pork supply chain for its more than 3,500 restaurants. DineEquity Inc. said the move is part of its commitment to animal welfare. It joins a growing list of restaurants and other food companies that are halting use of the practice over growing public concern.
McDonald's used the Dollar Menu to help lift its profit in the latest quarter. Now the world's biggest hamburger chain is turning to a pipeline of new menu items to boost slumping sales, starting with "Fish McBites." The Oak Brook, Ill.-based company is betting that it will be able to beat back intensifying competition and economic pressures with the lineup.
An unlikely coalition of opponents to New York City's new law restricting the sale of high-calorie beverages is taking the city to court in an attempt to block the legislation. The American Beverage Association along with the New York state NAACP and others appeared in court on Wednesday to challenge the law.
Technomic Inc. has presented its first ever Chain Restaurant Consumers' Choice Award winners. Selected by consumers themselves, the winners were recognized yesterday at the Consumer Trends & Directions Conference in Newport Beach, CA.
The popular wine known as "Two-Buck Chuck" will need a new name after the bargain beverage's price was raised. The Santa Rosa Press Democrat reports that over the past decade shoppers at Trader Joe's California stores paid $1.99 for a bottle of Charles Shaw shiraz or cabernet sauvignon.
Wisconsin produced a record 27.2 billion pounds of milk last year. However, the 4 percent increase didn't necessarily translate to more money for dairy farmers. Milk prices were down and feed costs were higher. Both factors helped offset the increase in revenue from harvesting more milk.
The first courtroom arguments in the closely watched case ended without an immediate ruling. Opponents said they planned to ask a judge to delay enforcement during the suit, which has broached questions of racial fairness alongside arguments about government authority and burdens to business.
Union membership plummeted last year to the lowest level since the 1930s as cash-strapped state and local governments shed workers and unions had difficulty organizing new members in the private sector despite signs of an improving economy.
Burger King says it has stopped buying beef from an Irish supplier whose patties in Britain and Ireland were found to contain traces of horsemeat. The fast food chain said in a statement that it had dropped Silvercrest Foods as a supplier for its U.K. and Ireland restaurants as a "voluntary and precautionary measure."
New York City defended its groundbreaking size limit on sugary drinks Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013, as an imperfect but meaningful rein on obesity, while critics said it would hurt small and minority-owned businesses while doing little to help health.
The MA20 measuring wheel encoder provides position and speed feedback for conveyor systems.
RP30 series digital ingredient scales with 360-degree stainless steel platforms increase productivity and decrease ingredient costs by allowing food prep to be performed directly on the scale while weighing each stage of the process plus providing the total weight of the food item.
The OVOCOMPACT® integrated skid is a small line designed for egg producers who want to enter the liquid egg business with a low initial investment.
Whole Foods recently made Fortune's list of the 100 best companies to work for. The company's CEO takes viewers on a tour of one of his stores, discussing nutrient density, local sourcing and sustainability — topics about which the company hopes to educate customers.
What many are calling the first celebrity clam appeared recently in a YouTube video simply titled, "Clam Eats Salt." The video, which appears to be of the clam "licking" salt from a table, actually shows the animal exposing its strong, sensitive foot, and it has many taking a pass on seafood dishes.