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How the world views genetic modification.
A global view of genetic modification.
Numbers show the aisle sales still beat in-store bakeries.
PepsiCo works in the trenches at more than 100 of its suppliers’ facilities to ensure they’re all in step with its resource conservation program.
One side of the debate over genetically modified wheat.
A look at target qualities for genetically modified wheat.
Advances in technology open new choices for the improvement of wheat, both conventionally bred now and genetically modified to come.
New realities in the commodities market and scientific advances prompt a general shift in attitude toward the development of biotech wheat.
How the company expects to save close to 30% of its energy costs.
How the retail giant is leading the industry into sustainable practices.
How to find resources to increase your bakery's energy efficiency and reduce its carbon footprint.
What's the difference between private label, contract manufacturing and contract packaging?
How to make sure your company's sustainability efforts don't end up hurting the business in the long run.
Today’s weak economy tops the list of issues affecting the food industry, but emerging trends show signs of life.
How consumers respond to genetically modified foods.
Using Facebook, Twitter and other social media to build your baking and snack food brand.
PepsiCo and Frito-Lay serve as a model for sustainability programs.
How to measure your company's carbon footprint.
A jampacked 2011 IFT Annual Meeting and Food Expo in New Orleans, LA, will feature more than 100 educational sessions on all aspects of the food industry.
Baking and snack companies can find resources for running their businesses.
A map to common terms organizations and initiatives related to the green movement.
Industry forces gathered in Dallas, Texas, in May for the first summit on sustainable practices.
A look at how the green movement is spreading among American companies.
A down economy, improved quality and premium lines prompt consumers to take a closer look at store-brand products.
How to leverage government resources to help the environment and your bottom line.