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Articles from Quick Frozen Foods International (October 1, 2012)

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2012 Automation Award goes to Cabinplant for handling system. 338
As global salmon production soars, producers are feeling the price pinch: farms in Chile may curb output, and major producers might merge. 1869
At $5.69 for a 175-gram twin-pack of Earth's Best Whole Grain Cheese Pizza, the price may be a bit dear. 109
Bosch continuous motion bagger gets job done at Seabrook farms. 509
Brushing off downturn in Q-2 sales volume, marine harvest is ready to meet challenges. Brief article 323
Chicago's Pack Expo International to show latest, greatest machinery. 1510
Coming events. Calendar 316
Completion of New Orleans cold storage project assures future of frozen food export trade. 421
ConAgra buying out Unilever frozen units to broaden its meals range in USA market. 345
D'Arta's small steps and great leaps reduce carbon footprint significantly. 1023
European Commission approves bankers' bailout of Heiploeg. 144
Food industry loves Paris in the fall, especially at SIAL where buyers call: biennial trade show, as always, promises to serve up a moveable feast of innovative and tasty international cuisine for retail and foodservice sectors. Frozen products will be in high profile. Company overview 2333
For the sixth year in a row Germany's Erlenbacher Backwaren GmbH was out with a refreshing, seasonal "Summer Dream" cake for foodservice operators. 102
For three months this autumn, Hamburg, Germany-based iglo is offering a large number of its frozen vegetable and chicken nugget products in bigger-size packages without increasing the price. 157
French government seeks to block closure of R&R Ice Cream plant in Carcassonne. 322
FRoSTA suffers downturn during first half of 2012. Brief article 156
Frozen gourmet products in France offer soft comfort during hard times: upscale, fancy food items are found in abundance wherever frozen products are sold from supermarket and hypermarket outlets to neighborhood stores and specialty shops. 1943
Frozens play grande role in expanding popularity of Latin cuisine. Saulnier, John M. 507
GEA refrigeration's raspberry tunnel freezer on the job at Enfield Farms in Washington. Brief article 260
Hot on the trail of frozen payloads since 1987, Thermotraffic's Peter Kraan marks silver milepost. 296
Ice cold storage holding picks up bankrupt partner logistics pieces. 146
Ice crystallization authority Dr. David Reid wins Frozen Food Foundation Research Award. 266
Iglo of Hamburg, Germany, has added three new varieties to its premium Feinschmecker (Gourmet) line of wild salmon fillets. 148
In Flanders' fields the greens grow, and directly to d'Arta's plant they flow. Saulnier, John M. 644
Is EU frozen food on the fast track? Figures from different sources clash: consumption has almost certainly gained in most countries, but the reported increases have been modest for those that issue or commission their own statistics. Pierce, J.J. 3536
It's a green, green world at d'Arta, with touch of silver to celebrate in 2013! Saulnier, John M. Company overview 1937
Japanese frozen food market gains despite population loss, disasters: but domestic production growth is outpaced by imports. Retail share increasing. Industry overview 1418
Kabob sales heat up in USA, so do mini flame grills and spiral ovens. 450
Lantmannen closes Verden plant, baguette market troubles blamed. Brief article 204
Lineage Logistics buys Castle & Cooke; now third largest North Am PRW chain. 235
McCain's idli scores with Indians as traditional breakfast favorite. 415
Nestle leads the pack in USA Pizza market. 152
New hand-rolled tasty wraps from Salomon include Chick 'n Donner and bacon & egg. 164
New look for Gorton's seafood packaging spells out nutritional data on front of pack. 225
Parsley, sage, rosemary, thyme and lots more from herbafrost. Brief article 299
Peppers to broccoli and more--direct access to Portugal's best produce. 671
PinguinLutosa selling off Lutosa, buyer's identity not yet revealed. Brief article 205
Preferred Freezer Services upgrades Massachusetts facility. 154
PrimoWeigher scales offer variety of mechanical benefits. Brief article 130
Raft of tasty products meet special needs of gluten and lactose-intolerant consumers: people who can't eat certain kinds of foods used to miss out on many flavors to savor. Not anymore, as today retailers offer a wide variety of SKUs tailored to their requirements. 3125
Royal Greenland Japan pushes raw shrimp. Brief article 225
Shirakiku Ebi Fry-style Breaded Shrimp is distributed in export markets by Nishimoto Trading Co., Ltd. 104
Single-site production philosophy, seamless cold chain & 100% traceability. Saulnier, John M. 1516
Skipjack Tuna Steaks are available in 301-gram retail packs from Fujieda, Shizuoka, Japan-based Tosakatsuo Suisan Co., Ltd. Brief article 107
Swire Pacific acquiring Guangdong unit in China. Brief article 136
Teriyaki salmon burgers. Brief article 140
The premium Ristorante pizza of Germany's Dr. Oetker has "gone maritime" with its new Mare s range. 135
TOMRA wins major contracts for new potato plant in Idaho. 231
Urschel debuts new website to better inform clients. Website overview 128
US frozen foods sluggish at best; modest gains for Canada, Mexico: Walmart remains the elephant in the living room, gaining at the expense of conventional supermarkets. Dinners and entrees top category in United States, but breakfast foods are the fastest gainer. Pizza stalls, at least at supermarkets. Pierce, J.J. 1546
US frozen potato exports gain; Japan top market, China second. 276
With 50 years' experience and +50% of market, Frigoscandia team at JBT Foodtech celebrates. Brief article 256

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