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Articles from Food Processing (January 1, 1999)

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Title Author Type Words
A new breed of ingredients. Zind, Tom 1440
A new world order: Proctor & Gamble consolidates order management in a move that could set tone for other industry players. Neff, Jack 648
A thirst for nutraceuticals: Alter Ego aims to bridge gap between health food fans and average consumers. Broihier, Kitty 604
Beyond chlorine: whether to improve microbial kills or operational safety, processors are taking a harder look at chlorine alternatives. Neff, Jack 1453
Category management is dead! Stanton, John L. 1007
Energy bar market shows staying power. Zind, Tom 987
Faster, easier, smarter. Demetrakakes, Pan 1578
Getting back on circulation: recirculation of clean-in place fluids is a good way to make sanitation more efficient and cost-effective. Zind, Tom 680
Life is just a bowl of ice cream: million-dollar man has the coolest job in town. Toops, Diane 586
Mixing drinks. Demetrakakes, Pan 1300
Nitro holds the mayo. Shubart, Chuck 632
Playing to win. Demetrakakes, Pan Cover Story 1871
Random thoughts of an idle mind.... Messenger, Bob 546
School days. 543
So you claim to be an excellent company to work for, do you? Prove it! Pehanich, Mike Editorial 564
Speed of flexibility: choose your filler: newer technology allows for more rapid changeover features. Madl, Linda 1007
The more things change ... the more familiar they seem. Brewster, Elizabeth 418
The PC advantage: PC systems starting to edge out PLCs for batch processes. Hoch, G. Jeffrey 1469

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