Company will be showcasing its linerless labeling technology at PACK EXPO in Chicago.
Eden is a non-contact safety sensor for use on interlocked gates and hatches.
Company's Mixture Homogenizer can achieve a globule or droplet size between 2 to 5 microns.
While the increasing focus on products and nutrition panels has been somewhat helpful, The Hartman Group believes that the obesity issue is really one that is symptomatic of larger cultural shifts occurring in how people in America eat… and eat too much.
SunTrust Banks Inc. on Monday posted sharply higher third-quarter earnings, largely due to the regional bank's sale of shares it owns in The Coca-Cola Co. But SunTrust reported higher expenses amid persistently low interest rates, and its shares slipped in morning trading.
The landscape of Mingaladon township on the northern outskirts of Myanmar's main city tells a story of economic upheaval. Skeletons of factories for a new industrial zone rise from thick green rice paddies local farmers say were seized by one of Myanmar's most powerful companies.
A quarter-century after pioneering the socially responsible business movement, Ben & Jerry’s is throwing its support behind the growing B Corporation (B Corp) movement, a network of companies that meet what Inc. magazine has called "the highest standard for socially responsible businesses."
Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain proposed to borrow $7 million to take ownership of a failed sugar cane mill in southwestern Louisiana built with state dollars and now teetering on default of its debt payments. If the mill defaults on its debt, the bank would take over the property.
Archer Daniels Midland Co. has offered to buy Australian grain handler GrainCorp for about $2.77 billion. GrainCorp says it is considering the non-binding offer that values it at 11.75 Australian dollars ($12.13) per share, which comes to 2.68 billion Australian dollars.
School cafeteria kitchens in Washington serve about 500,000 lunches a day. Given that volume, you might expect school kitchens to rack up a fair number of health department violations. A review found only 521 citations in three years in Washington's 295 school districts, which includes more than 3,000 schools.
A recall of peanut butter products in the U.S. due to possible Salmonella contamination has now been expanded into Canada. The affected products by Sunland include PureFit Peanut Butter Crunch bars and PureFit Peanut Butter Crunch Box with a best before date of March 1 2013.
Small dairy farmers say a tough year has been made worse by Congress' failure to pass a new farm bill before the old one expired. While many farm programs have continued through the harvest season even though the farm bill expired Sept. 30, a program that pays dairy farmers when milk prices plummet has ended.
Truckloads of meat from the XL Foods processing plant in Brooks, Alta have begun arriving at a local landfill site for disposal. Landfill Manager Ray Juska of the Newell Regional Solid Waste Management Authority said the frozen meat stock is being run over by heavy equipment and then covered with soil to keep animals from getting at it.
Astronauts in space may soon enjoy freeze-dried salmon if a Kodiak researcher's project goes as planned.
According to the findings of "Developing & Engaging the Manufacturing Workforce" consumer packaged goods manufacturers (CPGs) are experiencing difficulties in finding and retaining talented workers with the right combination of problem solving and core skills required in the 21st century manufacturing environment.
POM Wonderful announced today that the wait is finally over; the pomegranate harvest has begun and POM Wonderful pomegranates are now in store. POM Wonderful is the largest grower of fresh pomegranates and producer of pomegranate juice in the United States.
In this "How It's Made" Minisode, the Science Channel takes a look at the unique challenges and processes associated with processing ice cream treats. From dairy to freezer this episode brings the cold processing methods used to create sweet frozen treats loved by young and old.
One of Georgia’s largest food manufacturing companies, Southeastern Mills, has been thriving around a workplace culture and philosophy that puts its people first, no matter what level of the company they operate on, showing that mutual trust, respect and valuing employees can be the three most important ingredients for success.
The Model T4000 combo dumper features a sanitary design that is easy to operate and maintain.
Company's series of ProGrade® Magnetic Assemblies offer a solution for every process application.