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Articles from Quick Frozen Foods International (July 1, 2005)

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7 million [pounds sterling] investment in Leeds ups Richmond ice cream output. Brief Article 158
A ambos lados del atlantico, los productos innovadores franceses y estadounidenses endulzan las selecciones de helado. 520
All roads seem to lead back to Grimsby as Faroe Seafood relocates head office. Brief Article 316
Aquaculture Europe 2005 conference to focus on issues of sustainability. 533
Are Chinese exporters using third parties to evade anti-dumping duties on shrimp? Cambodia suddenly a major shrimp producer? More likely a conduit for Chinese exports. surge in shrimp shipments to and from other countries also looks suspicious. 583
Are couch potatoes an endangered species? No, but potato farmers want term banned. 373
Arnason ceo of Icelandic Group in reorganization following merger. 434
At Dr. Oetker plants, jobs R us thanks to boom in pizzas. Brief Article 171
Auf beiden seiten des Atlantischen Ozeans, in den USA und in Frankreich Versussen innovative produkte den eiskremgenuss. 434
Bangladesh shrimp business may be grinding to a halt. Brief Article 155
Bas prix toujours des bas prix sur le marche danois des surgeles. 794
Bernd Stark joins Salomon Hitburger as third managing director. Brief Article 227
Big retailers, discounting, own labels: dynamics in 7 billion [pounds sterling] frozen food scene: British Frozen Food Federation Director-General Alf Carr offers general overview of retail market which has evolved from formerly being a "battle of the brands" into a "battle of survival" for some brands. Meanwhile, a vibrant foodservice sector innovates and rolls on. 893
Bill Pruitt heads up USCS international sales effort. Brief Article 90
Bosch conveyor technology: compact, quick and hygienic. Brief Article 254
British subsidiary of Germany's apetito wins Queen's Award for new ideas. Brief Article 201
Coming events. Calendar 314
Compact trade fair, big fish: Fish International in Bremen. Brief Article 144
Culinaria adds chicken and ham varieties. Brief Article 148
Customers come first at CFS under company restructuring. 349
Deeper crinkle cut capability now available from Urschel. Brief Article 210
Des deux cotes de l'atlantique, des produits francais et Americains innovants font l'evenement. 491
Des grands distributeurs, des rabais, des MDD : les grands acteurs de la scene britannique des aliments surgeles representant 7 milliards de livres. 645
Double-churned ice cream makes way into freezer case. Brief Article 113
Dreyer's debuts bite-sized dibs ice cream in the USA. Brief Article 136
Dutch treat consumers to seafood products increasingly made of imported ingredients. 642
Einzelhandel, discounter und private labels: dynamik auf dem 7 Milliarden [pounds sterling] starken Tiefkuhlkostmarkt in Grossbritannien. 549
Estan los exportadores chinos usando a terceros para evitar tarifas antidumping en el camaron de USA? 436
Even tighter squeeze on profit margins felt by retail frozen food producers: every day low prices offered by dueling discounters translates to great bargains for consumers, and greater steps by manufacturers toward more efficient production--including outsourcing. Williams, Andrew H. 5727
Even with a name like Smucker's, it still can't get a US patent. 445
Exportiert China uber drittlander, um die anti-dumping-zolle auf shrimpslieferungen in die USA zu umgehen? 413
Extreme weather in Europe conspires to fire up demand for frozen vegetables: producers report good results in first quarter and half of 2005, as consumers shun rising prices of fresh produce and switch to frozen alternatives. Farmers now hope and pray that the rain in Spain will again fall mainly on the plain, where drought conditions persist. 838
FAO fisheries committee sets guidelines for ecolabeling of fish harvested at sea. 652
Flexible wrapper/tray-packer debuted by french Company. Brief Article 129
Food suppliers in UK reluctant to complain of retail chains said to be leaning on them. 651
FRoSTA gets back in black as 'Reinheitsgebot' move pays off. Brief Article 230
Frozen mixed vegetable sales fall in USA. Brief Article 167
Gem claims top sales spot in french fry potato fryers. Brief Article 260
Go with the Retrotech ACTIV Systems flow to boost pallet blast freezing efficiency. 405
Gold for Ristorante Pizza Funghi. Brief Article 91
Gorton's enters into merger with King & Prince Seafood. Brief Article 240
Grandes minoristas, descuentos, etiquetas privadas: dinamicas del mercado de congelados britanico de 7000 millones de libras. 684
Heat frozen food in the box: Austrian firm has solution. Brief Article 196
Henningsen cold storage opens new PRW to serve suburban Seattle marketplace. Brief Article 198
High Liner Foods must shift focus after first quarter slump. Brief Article 272
Hot air sealers by Fischbein said to speed up packaging. Brief Article 167
IARW inks deal to manage IRTA, a refrigerated transport group. 292
IARW, WFLO elect new slate of officers during annual convention in Las Vegas. 313
Innovative international products. 551
Is there really a fat epidemic in USA? The food police say so, others say no. Saulnier, John M. 721
Keck pasta & rice expanding output 50% by putting in additional production line. Brief Article 275
Key Technology adds Raptor laser system to latest optical sorter inspection unit. 377
Kuwait coldstore serves practical needs of Middle East importers. 373
Lancashire's Yearsley Group celebrates 50th anniversary. Brief Article 187
Largest British frozen food companies are just bigger, not better, says Plimsoll. 347
Les exportateurs chinois utilisent-ils des troisiemes parties pour echapper aux taxes anti-dumping sur la crevette aux USA? 484
Let the sun shine on summer sales, say producers and retailers in France: hoping for a bounce back from last year's unusually cool and rainy June and July, manufacturers offer a raft of new products ranging from mini ice cream bars and cones to maxi, high-end patisserie treats that were greeted in the spring. Davis, Mary 2600
Los bajos precios se mantienen en los congelados a nivel minorista en dinamarca. 728
Low-ball pricing is still locked in place within Denmark's retail frozen food case. Ferro, Charles 1212
McCain building french fry factory in India. Brief Article 156
McCain embraces healthy option in reformulating recipes. Brief Article 166
McCain Frit'up serves up fast for German potato snackers. Brief Article 100
Michael Radnoti joins USCS national sales organization. Brief Article 122
More fish in the sea than anyone knew, according to marine life Census project. 474
Mr. Potato Head deployed in exercise to pump up healthy image of tubers: from naturally nutritious and always delicious slogans, to floats high above the streets of New York City, the healthy potato message could not be more clear: Spuds r good for us. Saulnier, John M. 1449
Netto to step up expansion of stores from Denmark to Sweden. Brief Article 150
New distribution center in Bethlehem widens US Cold's northeast presence; state-of-art facility in Pennsylvania bolsters East Coast USA network that includes another new refrigerated warehouse in Florida, plus operations in Delaware and North Carolina. Saulnier, John M. 3653
New fish and seafood products. Brief Article 237
New Grote Slicer/Applicator can top 16" and 18" pizzas. Brief Article 146
New plant for Farm Frites Argentine unit. Brief Article 118
North American frozen products. Brief Article 238
Norwegian seafood exports: good news and bad news. 270
Oerlemans Foods stirs up front cooking with debut of four worldly wok mixes. Brief Article 205
Pinguin wins BFFF gold for vegetables; Aviko gets silver and Ardo takes bronze. 357
PRW business does best in US West but East leads in equipment plans; new construction plans strong in East, but West busy with additions and renovations as well. East tops in refrigeration and materials handling equipment. Turnover up a bit. Pierce, J.J. 2723
River species holds promise for Thailand's export trade. 354
Roncadin pours on milkshakes, further maximizes mini cone line. Brief Article 271
Russian refrigeration show taps transportation market. Brief Article 148
Seafood Prix d'Elite special award goes to Rahbekfisk for prepared dishes: Danish company wins one for the frozen side, as top retail and catering honors respectively go to KB Rogeri for smoked tapas and L&B Taspac for whole-shell mussels with natural juice. 755
Seafoodplus meeting dovetails with Health Sea International. Brief Article 159
Shrimp to tell consumers their life story thanks to new advances in RFID technology. 674
Solid frozen food expansion in Poland double pace of overall economic growth: Germany's FRoSTA challenges Hortex, a native enterprise that was once state-owned. Other Western companies, from McCain Foods to Roncadin, have invested in production. Shoemaker, Ted 1500
Sortex wins Queen's Award for fifth time since 1968. Brief Article 254
Spaniards heat up fiesta with Spice & Co.'s international range of tapas-like finger foods. Brief Article 203
Spreader-converger conveyor repositions items efficiently. Brief Article 86
Sweden. 2443
Sweet transatlantic Atkins-La Charlotte partnership for cheesecakes. 360
Tiefkuhlkostpreise im danischen Einzelhandel bleiben Niedrig. 703
To Russia with refrigeration equipment: Starfrost opens sales office in Moscow. 331
Top British multiple retailers take lumps from activists. Brief Article 224
UK's Riverside taking charge of frozen poultry distribution. Brief Article 110
Unfair competition for coldstores in Europe found in survey by European office of IARW. Brief Article 254
USA summer ice cream scene: novelties, co-branding and something for everyone: Unilever's Breyers is leading retail brand, with sales of $529 million in 2004. No. 2 is Nestle's Dreyer's/Edy's Grand ($442.2 million), followed by Blue Bell, Haagen-Dazs, Ben & Jerry's. Wishnow, Sharon J. 3271
USCS suburban Miami warehouse offers 'Medley' of services to clients: strategically situated in a booming South Florida market, the new Medley coldstore is also well positioned for growing import-export business between the US and Latin America. 1621
Vietnam becomes first nation in world to pledge itself to sustainable fisheries. 353
What's hot in the frozen aisle? Restaurant-style, thin-crust pies. 706
X-ray unit for small items marketed by Loma Systems. Brief Article 247

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