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Articles from Food Processing (December 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
A "no-trans" solution. 133
A show of optimism: Pack Expo Las Vegas foretells an upturn in business. 978
Bright and 'out there': graphics get mega kudos. 472
Calcium fortification. 121
Comforting homemade desserts a snap. Toops, Diane Brief Article 207
Compact refractometer. 112
Compact sorter. 106
Don't get caught in the middle: how to successfully negotiate the intermediate and late stages of new product development. Gantwerker, Scott; Manoski, Paula 1686
E.U. issues new GMO regulations. Joy, David 1045
Flashes in the pan: how to tell the difference between what's sizzlin' and what's fizzlin'. Halperin, Marc 882
For demanding environments. 114
Fresh Express has a brand new bag. Toops, Diane Brief Article 194
Grande Ultra[R] brochure. Brief Article 102
Hygienic discharger. 147
Innovation Awards 2003: our look back at the best of the best from the past year. Ennen, Steve Cover Story 1945
Lots of drive: Las Vegas brewer bets on the durability and reliability of a new vector drive. 438
Low-mist spray. 144
Marinading easy as ABC. Toops, Diane Brief Article 191
Message on a bottle. Ennen, Steve Editorial 471
Milk analyzer. 106
Pattern matching. 111
Researchers aim to retard mold growth on shredded cheese: though work remains to be done, an FDA-approved antimicrobial preservative is showing promising results. 632
Savory shortbread for the holidays. Toops, Diane Brief Article 151
Starved for time. Toops, Diane 461
Structuring starch. 132
Sweet salads. 106
The best of flour. 126
The invisible advantage: they don't often appear on labels, but enzymes can produce highly visible results as substitutes for process chemicals, chemical ingredients and more. Shelke, Kantha 1113
Tony's brand new cereal. Toops, Diane Brief Article 128
Triple berry blast. 105
USDA announces unified food safety agenda. 292
When the chips are down: one by one, most Frito-Lay foes have fallen. Now, with its introduction of Stax potato chips, the snack food giant is betting that Procter & Gamble--and Pringles--will be next. Neff, Jack 1539
Why products fail. Stanton, John L. 578
Yu-Gi-Oh! cereal brightens store shelves. Toops, Diane Brief Article 111

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