DuraLabel Toro is a sign and lable printer featuring a chemical identification database and doesn't require network connectivity or IT support.
In a heist that could fill the mother of all bottomless cups, thieves in Austria have made off with 2 tons of coffee.
A Hispanic advocacy group is suing a grape grower in California's Central Valley to recover wages for Latino employees it claims were forced to work extra hours without pay.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Tuesday that construction of the National Bio- and Agro-Defense Facility near Kansas State University should move forward and not be considered a "parochial" issue relevant only to Kansas. After a Landon Lecture Tuesday, Vilsack said having the proposed $650 million research facility was important to ensure the United States would continue to have a safe and adequate supply for its citizens and the world.
The Food and Drug Administration called on drug companies Wednesday to help limit the use of antibiotics given to farm animals, a decades-old practice that scientists say has contributed to a surge in dangerous, drug-resistant bacteria.
Federal workplace-safety officials are levying a $231,000 fine against a company that operates a southern Illinois pasta plant for violations linked to an explosion that injured two workers last October.
Whole grains emerged as the focus area for food manufacturing companies, with food and beverage companies having adopted whole grains as a major strategy for revitalizing their products and brands. By providing whole grain products that provide long-term health benefits, food companies are allowing consumers to make a transition towards healthy diet.
Jim Beam's master distiller talks about the "bourbon renaissance" as the liquor reaches historic sales figures.
A drought that damaged crops in South America could send more overseas buyers to the U.S. for soybeans, the USDA said Tuesday. The agency also said that an early start to the planting season and softer demand from ranchers and ethanol producers could cause corn supplies to build by summer's end. But for now, it's leaving its forecast unchanged.
A legislative proposal to tax sugary beverages in Rhode Island is falling flat with the state's beverage industry. Representatives from several beverage companies came to the Statehouse Tuesday to urge lawmakers to reject the proposal, which they say unfairly singles out their industry.
Alabama has outlawed commercial harvesting of turtles from the state's freshwater bodies, leaving Asia's thriving market to look elsewhere for the highly desirable meat.
Lt. Gov. Drew Wrigley and Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring, who led a recent overseas trade mission, said China's increased purchasing power has expanded its import tastes from raw foods to processed products like flour, which is produced at North Dakota's state-owned mill.
Federal regulators have shut down a Maine seafood processing plant for what were described as "numerous violations" of federal laws and health regulations. The Food and Drug Administration also ordered Portland Shellfish Co., which processes lobster and shrimp, to recall and destroy seafood the company's president says is worth about $25,000.
The first U.S. Dairy Sustainability Awards from the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy® honors those who practice sustainable dairy processes, improving businesses, communities and the environment.
President Obama's Jobs Council is supposed to work collaboratively with all agencies and offices within the Executive Office of the President toward the fulfillment of these goals. The 26-member jobs council has set a specific goal for companies to create 1 million jobs within two years by approximately February 2013.
Actuators used in the food and beverage industry must be manufactured from appropriate materials and designed in a way that eliminates collection points where bacteria can flourish.
CLEARAM® is a range of modified cook-up starches for sauces, soups and milk products obtained from native starches that have been chemically modified to confer specific properties. The product provides viscosity resistant to process conditions and stable in preservation modes.
Model POD lifts seasonings, powders and granular products up to 30 ft. without high-maintenance auger or vacuum systems. Powder On Demand (POD) uses energy-efficient dense phase conveying to move powders to seasoning applicators, mixers and other processing and storage equipment.
Natural, Organic and Non-GMO Flavors are offered in a wide range of consistencies, including liquids, powders, emulsions and advanced extractions. Applications include sweet or savory, bakery and beverage, nutriceutical, dairy, food service and prepared meals.