food manufacturing

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food manufacturing

[′füd ‚man·yə‚fak·chə·riŋ]
(food engineering)
The commercial production and packaging of foods that are fabricated by processing, by combining various ingredients, or both.
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The new office spaces--consisting of 35,000 sq ft, 25,000 sq ft or 20,000 sq ft buildings--will provide a number of advantages, including the flexibility to tailor interior layouts and facilities, to meet specific food industry requirements.
While the food industry plays down this nutrient loss by equating it to that from cooking or storage, irradiated food still needs to be cooked or stored, which thereby further decreases its nutritional value.
On the food industry's wish list are low-cost sensors that quickly signal the presence of foodborne pathogens, filters that remove undesired compounds from food and beverages, and nanopartides that store flavors and nutrients inside food and release them at designated times and places in the body.
As concern over obesity mounts, the focus of political pressure has settled on the food industry and its marketing strategies.
Professor Pennington examined risk assessment in food safety, and discussed the approach to risk assessment of the oil and rail industries, and compared risk assessment between these industries and the food industry. He emphasized that, although science is important at addressing fundamental issues, an important emerging strategy is the translation of scientific findings into everyday practice to ensure that food safety is maintained.
While James' model focuses on the food industry, he says it "can be extended across all industries." The NMSDC will be monitoring the deal to see if it is a viable option for other industries.
The Norwegian food industry will not tell the truth if there is a food scandal in Norway, according to the belief of nine out of ten Norwegians.
Frozen Food Age is published monthly with a controlled circulation of 17,000 executives in the retail, distribution, warehousing, brokerage and manufacturing sectors of the frozen food industry. Food Logistics is published nine times a year and covers the food logistics and supply chain industry, including material handling, information technology and facility design.
The Food Marketing Institute (FMI) and the FBI's National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC) have teamed up to create the Food Industry Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC).
As soon as you enter the hall, the large can manufacturers dominate: American Can, Ball Corporation, Continental Can and Continental White Cap, Crown, Cork and Seal, Heekin Can, National Can, and various regional suppliers of services and supplies to the processed food industry. The canned food industry dominates the floor space and the visitors to the IEFP in 1987.
Whatever the approach, the food industry and its suppliers generally are opposed to labeling.
Businesses involved in the food industry will benefit from being more transparent and taking moral and social leadership, because this will increase consumers' trust.

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