Its adjusted profit met Wall Street's view, but revenue fell short of estimates. Its profit outlook for this fiscal year also disappointed investors, and shares fell in morning trading Monday.
A new University of Virginia study, published online in the American Geophysical Union journal, Earth’s Future, examines global food security and the patterns of food trade that — until this analysis — have been minimally studied.
How do you choose what to eat? Most people don't realize what big impact government policy has over the food they buy and consume. Rentseeking, lobbying and regulatory barriers all change the way food is produced.
New industrial safety regulations are always coming down the line and it’s critical that managers of food manufacturing and storage facilities keep up on the latest safety technologies available to match the right product to the right process.
A look at the top end of the global top 20 most valuable soft drinks ranking for 2013 reveals no surprises, with the Coca-Cola brand in pole position, followed by Pepsi-Cola on the strength of their global reach.
The CNG conversion comes as the 2014 football season kicks off one of the company’s busiest shipping periods of the year with 17 million cases of beer shipped by the Houston fleet during the third quarter.
Processing facilities must be certified by the USDA in order to legally sell meat to the public or restaurants. Securing the certification is not the only challenge. The smell produced when skinning and processing alligator meat is somewhat gamey — somewhere between a fish market and a pile of hamburger meat.
Mars Chocolate North America announced a voluntary recall of its TWIX Brand Unwrapped Bites Stand Up Pouches.
To kick off the NFL season, Campbell’s Chunky soup is celebrating its newest Mama’s Boy — NFL cornerback Richard Sherman — by creating a statue lined with Campbell’s Chunky soup cans and labels.
These machines are ideal for delicate products such as 4+1 sliced or whole strawberries, fruit fillings, berries, vegetables, purees, deli salads and vegetable fillings.
Static mixers promote composition and temperature uniformity by increasing turbulence while keeping pressure loss very low.
Tech companies often provide meals to foster teamwork. Lunches, dinners and night-time snacks may not cost employees money, but this free food serves as both performance fuel and social lubricant for these companies. So why not target these businesses with our food brands?
EFSA has produced a new infographic on acrylamide to help increase awareness about this public health issue. Find out more about how acrylamide forms and in which foods, and read basic tips from Member States on reducing acrylamide exposure in the diet.
This survey is the first to assess the educational needs of organic dairy farmers in the region. While this finding won’t come as news to dairy farmers, it may surprise organic milk consumers who pay considerably more for organic milk than conventional milk at the grocery store.
Several industries basically stopped hiring. Retailers shed 8,400 jobs, led primarily by food and beverage stores. Compare that with the previous five months, when retailers added an average of 28,040.
Martin Heller and Gregory Keoleian of U-M's Center for Sustainable Systems looked at the greenhouse gas emissions associated with the production of about 100 foods, as well as the potential effects of shifting Americans to a diet recommended by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the two Alberta food companies, V and T Meat and Food in Calgary and Hiep Thanh Trading in Edmonton, are recalling some of their raw pork products due to possible E. coli contamination.
Boar's Head Brand, maker of premium meats and cheeses, announced its plans to build a meat processing plant in central Indiana. The company says the facility will create more than 200 new jobs over the next few years.
NSF International food safety experts say challenge will be an effective implementation as food fraud is a global issue that will require international cooperation and action.
Sodexo, a multinational company, is promising to buy more Vermont-produced food for the schools, colleges and businesses it serves in the state. The company's mission is to help create more local jobs and provide the best-quality food to its customers.