Virtually all facilities need some sort of an environmental health and safety (EHS) function. Our sister publication Chem.Info sat down with Bryan Connors and Bob Foster from EH&E to talk about the challenges of EHS programs and potential solutions.
RnRMarketResearch.com reports on consumer trends and drivers of behavior in the dairy market in France, Spain and Germany. According to the reports, health, convenience and a desire to indulge are key factors driving dairy consumption in these countries.
Cattle ranchers and American Indian tribes long at odds over scarce water in Oregon's Upper Klamath Basin signed an agreement Friday to share access to rivers and cooperate on restoring habitat for endangered fish the tribes hold sacred.
About 150 people who ordered last week at Del Taco in Santa Paula, 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles, were mistakenly charged thousands of dollars for Mexican food. Customer Michael Cole said he was charged $4,050 for one CrunchTada Pizza and two beef tacos.
The Idaho Dairymen's Association is asking a federal judge to allow it to join Idaho Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter and Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden as a defendant in a lawsuit against a new law that makes it illegal to secretly film animal abuse at agricultural facilities.
Minute Maid's "Pomegranate Blueberry Flavored Blend of 5 Juices" was the subject of a lively debate Monday as the Supreme Court considered whether to allow false advertising claims by Pom Wonderful against the Coca-Cola Co., which markets the beverage.
A family from Belgium introduced Belgian waffles to the American public 50 years ago. The waffles, topped with fresh whipped cream, powdered sugar and sliced strawberries, were served to visitors to the 1964 World’s Fair in New York.
The notion of introducing a new food to the American public is almost inconceivable in an era of global cuisine and foodie websites. But that's what happened at the 1964 New York World's Fair, when a family from Belgium introduced Belgian waffles.
Successfully selling a product requires that it stand out. This applies particularly to the competitive beverage market, where product diversity has become almost overwhelming. Beverage makers must harness packaging as part of their brand building strategy.
A storm may be brewing in your coffee cup. Pests, rising heat and extreme temperatures resulting from climate change could affect where coffee can be grown around the world by 2050, devastating some communities while offering others a new opportunity.
RST Rheometers provide quick and comprehensive rheological measurements, whether it's single point viscosity for QC or complete flow curve analysis for R&D.
EchoTherm™ vibration-free bench top chilling incubators are designed for protein crystallography and other life science laboratory uses.
The EPL-16BS-1X150LED-100 portable, explosion-proof LED light is an easy-to-maneuver work light for use in hazardous locations.
The Vermont Goat Collaborative is a project that brings together new Americans hungry for goat meat with dairy goat farmers who have no need for young male animals. Dairy farmers can send goats to Colchester, Vt., where they will be raised and sold to refugees.
Hillshire Brands reached a deal to buy Van's Natural Foods from private equity firm Catterton Partners for $165 million, marking the company's expansion into non-meat foods. Van's makes gluten-free foods, including cereal, chips and snack bars.
Whole Foods Markets is recalling mini butter croissants sold in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana because the products contain eggs, an undeclared allergen. A company statement says the issue arose after one illness was reported.
Hawaii is so critical to the nation's modern corn-growing business that the industry's leading companies all have farms here. But these same farms have become a flash point in a spreading debate over genetic engineering in agriculture.
You will never be able to cover all of your bases prior to setting up in Mexico for the first time, and you’re certain to make missteps along the way. But choosing a service provider with deep knowledge of the country will help you on your way.
The international wine trade reached somewhat of a watershed moment in 2013, said Rabobank, as bulk wine now makes up half of all New World exports. Although bulk wine clearly has taken share from bottled exports, recent data suggests the two segments can co-exist.
Northwest beer brewers say a proposed rule from the FDA would make it prohibitively expensive for them to recycle spent grain by providing it to dairy farmers. The proposal would classify companies that distribute spent grain to farms as animal feed manufacturers.