Systems and Materials Research Corporation (SMRC) in Austin, Tex., is working with a $125,000 grant from NASA to build a 3D food printing prototype. This video demonstrates the company's first trial, printing chocolate on a flat cookie.
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As stabilization begins to take hold in the Kurdish region of Iraq, local fast food chains including Burger Queen and Costa-Rica Coffee are seeing big success. Though major U.S. food companies are slow to invest in the region, locals see change on the horizon.
Craft and micro-distilleries continue to gain in popularity and market share with sales doubling over a two-year period and 30 percent in the last decade. The craft whiskey, bourbon and rye industries seem to be following the trail blazed by craft brewers in the 1990s.
Food safety at the plant and consumer levels are much-discussed factors in securing the food supply and ensuring public health. But what about safety in the middle of the supplychain — at the grocery store? Dateline's Supermarket Sweep investigates the food safety standards at food retailers.
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Faculty from the Ohio State University (OSU) Extension introduce the Food Safety program at OSU Extension and explain how it can help train students to become food safety professionals who secure the safety and quality of the U.S. food supply.
On celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain's new television show "Parts Unknown," a chef in Myanmar introduces Bourdain to a new way to consume tea — by eating it. The tea salad is served at a Morning Star tea house and consists of fermented tea leaves.
Belcampo is a new food start-up that has a laser focus on burgers. The food company is so serious about its beef that it has chosen a unique supply chain strategy — total domination. The company owns its entire supply chain, from farm to butcher to table.
In this TED talk, world-renowned chef Caroline Duetsch Kubik discusses the potentially revolutionary role of snacking in the improvement of the American diet. Kubik now works as a food industry marketing and communication specialist, and she believes that snacking could be the solution for a new, nutritionally balanced food culture.
As consumers clamor for healthier options on the grocery store shelves, they're also looking for healthy options in convenience restaurants. A new Canadian start-up, Freshii, is attempting to give diners what they want by opening a chain of healthy fast food restaurants.
In this digital exclusive from TLC, the cable channel takes a look at the history of the frozen foods processing industry and the pioneers who made the convenience of frozen foods a reality and revolutionized the way Americans eat.
The founder of the company that brews Sam Adams beer discusses his company's new venture, Brewing the American Dream, which aims to provide loans to small businesses, an especially important service at a time when traditional bank lending to small businesses has all but dried up.
Bloomberg's Senior Markets Correspondent Julie Hyman talks about betting on frozen foods. She highlights the strong performance of what she calls staples food companies and suggests that frozen foods companies will likely continue to be profitable in the coming months.
A visit to the Mast Brothers Chocolate factory reveals that top shelf ingredients like organic cacao beans from Madagascar processed in specialized equipment like stone grinders can produce a gourmet chocolate bar that will delight the taste buds and lighten the wallet.
The Director General of the European Consumers' Organisation discusses food safety and consumer retail fraud in the wake of the horsemeat labeling scandal. She reminds consumers to be vigilant regarding food safety, especially at a time when food processors may be lowering food safety standards as a way to cope with the economic crisis in Europe.
Wine Master Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan gives tips on diversifying your wine portfolio, suggesting buying strategies for wine from every day to special occasions. She also discusses the trend of investment buyers, who buy and sell wine with no intention of drinking their purchases.
Daniele, Inc. is using innovative technology to extend shelf-life, ensure food safety and expand the reach of its sausage and cured meat products to a growing base of consumers. Be on the lookout for Food Manufacturing's May 2013 issue, in which we profile this business on the rise.
Cucumbers from Mexico have been linked to 73 U.S. cases of salmonella across 18 states, and the FDA has halted imports from the Mexican company thought to be responsible. Though no one has died from this outbreak, 20 people have been hospitalized.
News of radiation leaks at the badly damaged Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan has residents of a nearby air station concerned about the safety of their food. Capt. Kimberly Yore and Sgt. Rabosky Tanner discuss what they're doing to keep food supplies safe.
In a press conference held yesterday, the Center for Science in the Public Interest identified chicken and ground beef as the meats most likely to carry foodborne illness while ham, sausage and chicken nuggets are categorized as "lowest risk" products.
A new study from the University of Minnesota has found that children whose parents either restrict certain unhealthy foods or forced them to "clean their plates" faced an increased risk for dietary issues and weight problems later in life.