New York-based condiments company Sir Kensington's last week announced a round of equity funding worth $8.5 million.
Food makers are purging their products of artificial dyes as people increasingly eschew anything in their food they don't feel is natural. But replicating the vivid colors Americans expect with ingredients like beets and carrots isn't always easy.
Russian customs officials want to make smuggling banned Western foods a criminal offense as serious as dealing in radioactive materials or explosives.
Tomato lovers rejoice: adding or rearranging a few simple steps in commercial processing could dramatically improve the flavor of this popular fruit sold in the grocery store, according to researchers.
Later this month California's Sausalito Marin City School District will open its doors and in the process will become the first U.S. school district to provide meals that are 100% organic and non-GMO.
A company spokeswoman says Sunny Delight Beverage Co. is closing a facility in northeastern Massachusetts, which could lead to layoffs of dozens of employees.
Consumers are expanding their spirits purchases as the economy stabilizes — experimenting with new products, trading up and crossing categories.
The artist calls his creations the Tree of 40 Fruit. And the tree at Syracuse University, and others like it, really does bear 40 or more varieties of stone fruit, thanks to carefully planned grafts.
The Food Processing Suppliers Association has released the details of three food-safety focused sessions of the educational program at PROCESS EXPO 2015 to be presented by speaker Dr. Lynn Knipe, Extension Processed Meat Specialist of The Ohio State University.
The company that invented the iconic pine tree-shaped automotive air fresheners is turning up its nose at a proposal to open a slaughterhouse near the firm's northern New York factory.
Shares of Hormel, the company behind Spam canned ham, Dinty Moore stew and other products, wavered Wednesday after the company said its quarterly profit grew, but reported disappointing sales that were hurt by the avian flu epidemic and the strong U.S. dollar.
A newly released report found that small businesses that utilized cloud computing reported significantly higher revenue growth and profits.
The Food Processing Suppliers Association and the International Dairy Foods Association announced this week that the two organizations are joining forces to highlight and strengthen two philanthropic endeavors, Defeat Hunger and The Great American Milk Drive. These campaigns aim to make a difference by uniting at the co-located PROCESS EXPO and International Dairy Show, taking place Sept. 15-18, 2015, at Chicago’s McCormick Place.
The owner of Fireball Cinnamon Whisky is suing a North Carolina brewery over a "confusingly similar" label.
Strawberries are one of the most economically important fruits worldwide but are easily susceptible to bruising and are highly perishable. New research found that edible active coatings (EACs) based on pectin, pullulan and chitosan may improve quality and shelf life of strawberries.
Cross contamination in commercial processing facilities that prepare spinach and other leafy greens for the market can make people sick. But researchers are reporting a new method that could eliminate or reduce such incidences.
New overtime pay rules from the Obama administration could make business management software much more valuable to companies suddenly facing new payroll costs.
A recent study of butter consumption funded by Denmark's dairy industry didn't provide much good news for its sponsors.
Biscuit and Snack Manufacturer's Association president David Van Laar is presenting education sessions at PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2015 (Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas; Sept. 28–30), according to show owner PMMI.