Nissin Foods Holdings on Friday announced plans to expand its instant noodle business in China between 2015 and 2016 to meet growing demand. The company, which already owns six instant noodle-making plants in China, will add three more in three provinces.
ShelfMax8™ 8" high plastic storage bins include sizes designed for shelving systems and many Vertical Carousel Automated Storage Retrieval Systems.
With more news about food and beverage recalls, there’s a growing concern that the industry won’t be able to keep up with new regulation that allows the FDA to trigger mandatory recalls at food distributors. Joe Scioscia, vice president of sales for VAI, provides more details on these rules.
Whole Foods has lost its taste for Chobani. The natural and organic grocery chain said Wednesday that it will be phasing Chobani Greek Yogurt out of its stores in early 2014 to make room for other products. Chobani is now available in most supermarkets.
The IP65 CartMover™ is an IP65-rated version of the battery-powered CartMover.
The Xsense® automated data collection and analytics system now has expanded capabilities. The system can now provide data collection and analysis for fresh produce, as well as meat and poultry, fish and seafood, dairy, ice cream, chocolate, and snacks.
Jake and Dick Leinenkugel speak to Daniel Roberts, Writer-Reporter for Fortune, about their decision to sell to Miller Brewing Company 25 years ago. The brothers say that their decision to sell gave the beer company the chance to reach a national audience.
Supply chain management is becoming increasingly complex for manufacturers. Sean Rollings, Vice President of Product Marketing at E2open, answers some questions about supply chain management, globalization, data management, and continuity and contingency planning.
The 2EPC8000-2EP11000 series of electric pneumatic tire lift trucks has capacities ranging from 8,000 to 11,000 lbs.
Company has expanded its line of Akro-Tubs and Cross-Stack Akro-Tubs with the addition of cross-stack model 34305 (25" L x 16" W x 8.5" H).
Sysco, one of the largest food supply companies, is buying privately held US Foods for about $3.5 billion in cash and stock. When the deal closes, Sysco expects the addition of US Foods to boost its annual sales by about 46 percent to around $65 billion.
Today’s supply chains are becoming increasingly complex, creating unique challenges for the food industry. By harnessing the latest technology, food manufacturers can make their supply chains more efficient while improving product quality and safety.
Critical Cube is a shipping crate that allows shippers to move their LTL temperature-sensitive freight in a faster, more reliable dry van infrastructure.
This ASME horizontal hydropneumatic vessel is made of ASTM A516 Grade 70 carbon steel.
Tennessee health officials said that a strain of E. coli that sickened nine children has been matched to animal waste collected at a dairy farm that sells raw milk. Five of the nine children were hospitalized and three developed a severe kidney problem.
Interstate raw milk sales are illegal, but an Oregon raw milk producer is claiming free speech rights are being hampered amid a ban on in-state advertising. Oregon farmers who sell milk on the farm directly to consumers are prohibited from advertising.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved grants to 71 organizations in 42 states working on getting locally grown farm products into school cafeterias. In Iowa, Decorah-based Northeast Iowa Food & Fitness Initiative will get $95,600.
The Folgers Coffee Co. plans a $5 million expansion in eastern New Orleans as parent company J.M. Smucker Co. continues consolidating coffee production. A new $3 million administration building will have bigger offices, not more people, Smucker said.
Starbucks Corp. leaders say it may be hard to get over the sticker shock, but that the company will be better off in the long run without Kraft Foods. The company announced late Tuesday that it must pay at least $2.23 billion to settle a dispute with Kraft over coffee distribution.
Kraft began exclusively marketing Starbucks roasted and grounded coffee in stores in 1998 and renegotiated the contract in 2004. The contract was set to expire in 2014. But in November 2010, Starbucks told Kraft it was severing its agreement.
The Weighing, Labeling and Sorting System automatically weighs, labels and sorts a range of package, box and envelope sizes to reduce costs and improve accuracy in food processing warehouse shipping operations.
Two California men admitted to taking part in an attempted theft of packaged beef valued at $87,500 from the Tyson Fresh Meats plant in Holcomb, Kan., in which prosecutors say the would-be thieves posed as a legitimate trucking firm to try to steal beef.
Besides its size and lofty production goals, Wisconsin Brewing Co. has a management team with decades of experience in brewing, distribution, finance and construction. Its $11 million facility has a brewhouse that can make 80 barrels per batch.
The BinMaster RL level sensor is designed to provide highly reliable bin level data in challenging environments where dust levels are extremely high.
Wine-drinking in one of the world's biggest producers is hitting record lows, forcing many vintners to seek buyers abroad. Consumption is at its weakest since Italy was unified as a country. The most immediate cause has been the economic downturn.