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Bakers can better use enzymes by understanding their many functions.
Consumers turn to bars to satisfy cravings for more energy, simple ingredients and new flavors and textures.
SFA’s president and CEO discusses trends in the snack aisle and critical issues facing manufacturers.
In its 75th year, IFT celebrates the past, present and future of food science at its Annual Meeting and Food Expo, June 21-24 in New Orleans.
Baking & Snack plans a look at ingredient innovation centers launched in the past 24 months. Is yours one of these?
As more foods go non-GMO, is such a label in your future, too? Maybe. Maybe not.
TIA’s upcoming annual convention proves tortilla business is anything but flat.
By aggressively serving the needs of a specific demographic group, lifestyle brands transcend food and become a part of consumers’ lives and identities.
Brands extend their reach beyond their category of origin.
2014 Capital Spending Survey shows a common risk-averse philosophy.
Making enrichment practical for bakers led John Watson and Watson, Inc. into fortification for nutritional improvement worldwide.
A strong IBIE 2013 leaves many companies wondering if 2014 is going to be the breakout year.
Our exclusive industry survey shows a steadily strengthening industry remains cautiously optimistic about investing but well-positioned to seize golden business opportunities as they arise.
Here’s how seven bakeries made their capital work to respond to consumer and customer demands and bolster their presence in the market.
Brioche Pasquier’s chocolate-filled brioche offers quick decadence on the go.
Mariano Turano introduced Chicago to his Old World breads, and his sons expanded its exposure to the nation.
Donald R. Shaffer’s foresight and technological advances have reshaped dough development and mixer sanitation.
89th Annual Technical Conference big on education, discussion of hot topics.
Snack cakes had a bumpy year in 2013, even with the vacuum of Hostess. As the new Hostess Brands settles in, this stagnant category faces big decisions.
With an eye toward innovation and a focus on the future, the American Bakers Association prepares for its annual convention.
Baking Museum aims to preserve the industry’s heritage and recognize those greats who made it so strong.
Paris show highlights competition and innovation March 8-12.
Explore the differences in the various clean labels.
Once considered niche products, organic and all-natural baked foods and snacks now find themselves front-and-center in the marketplace.
The debate of genetically modified organisms rages on.