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Today I was interviewed by a wonderful individual working on a study for the National Science Foundation. While we talked about a wide range to topics going on in the food industry, her main focus was on sustainability in packaging and more importantly, what were the drivers pushing the industry towards greater acceptance of sustainability.
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FPSA Press Release Media Contact: Andy Drennan SVP, Membership and Business Development 703-663-1201 [email protected] For Immediate Release April 13, 2022   FOUNDATION OF FOOD PROCESSING SUPPLIERS EXPANDS FOOD INDUSTRY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM   McLean, VA – The Foundation of the Food Processing Suppliers Association (FFPSA) today announced a significant expansion of the FIT (Food Industry Technician)
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It’s the longest day of the year, at least that is what I informed my colleague who had not yet attended the FPSA Annual Conference. For staff, Day 2 of the Conference starts before 7am and finishes up after 11pm. At the end of that 16-hour work day, you are simply numb as you try
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FPSA Press Release Media Contact: Andy Drennan SVP, Membership and Business Development 703/663-1201 [email protected] For Immediate Release April 12, 2022 McLean, VA – The Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA) today announced that the Association and its members raised over $100,000 during the 2022 FPSA Auction that concluded on Thursday, March 24th. This year’s auction marked
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This morning, I read a piece on investments in the food industry from a panel at the Future Food-Tech Conference held last week in San Francisco. According to panelists, with investments into food industry technology doubling in 2021 to $13.8B, there is still much room for additional investment as cutting-edge technology is required to explore
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Rome Grinding Solutions is proud to announce the appointment of Nicole Chestnut to the position of Vice President of Operations. In this executive role, Chestnut will be responsible for direct oversite of all business operations and production. She will focus on partnering with sales, production, sourcing, project management and human resources to meet established goals
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For the better part of two decades, I have always said that the business of the food industry, especially when it comes to CPG, is the opposite of what most people would expect. When the economy slows, from my perspective CPG sales go up as consumers don’t have as much disposable income to eat out.
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