Recall: Kashi Pizza May Contain Plastic Fragments

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June 8, 2011
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Photo Of The Day: Throwing Food To The Elephants
Elephants munch on cucumbers donated by a farmer in the Netherlands who could not sell his produce because the vegetable was initially blamed for the deadly E. coli outbreak ... continue
CDC: E. Coli Down, Salmonella Rates Up Over Last Year
More Americans got food poisoning last year, with salmonella cases driving the increase … continue
Farmers Scoff At E. Coli Compensation Offer
The EU Farm Commissioner first offered $219 million to the struggling farmers, but agricultural ministers scoffed at his proposal, saying their farmers are seeking losses up to $611 million ... continue



Condensate Pump with No Mechanical Seals

Reduce maintenance and energy costs found with conventional centrifugal pumps. Replace your old pumps with the Kadant Johnson pressure-powered pump for condensate pumping applications.
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Trade A Top Issue At World Pork Expo
Pork industry experts said trade agreements with Colombia, Panama and South Korea are imperative for the U.S.'s industry to remain competitive ... continue
Recall: Kashi Pizza May Contain Plastic Fragments
Kashi is recalling approximately 11,000 cases of frozen pizzas due to possible plastic fragments in an ingredient in the pizza crusts … continue
Irradiation Underused To Kill Harmful Bacteria
Microwaving salad fixings with just a bit of radiation can kill dangerous E. coli and other bacteria — and U.S. food safety experts say wary consumers should give the long-approved step a chance ... continue



Image-Based Barcode Readers Transforming Logistics Scanning

Reserve your space for this highly informative Cognex Webinar to hear how Image-Based Barcode Readers are replacing laser scanners and transforming logistics scanning .... More

video thumb Trashing Good Tomatoes
Government warnings and uncertainty over the source of the deadly E. coli outbreak in Germany are causing consumers to think twice about buying fresh produce … continue
thumb Q&A: Utilizing Traceability To Drive Business Improvements
Michael Gay of Rockwell Automation discusses ways for food companies to leverage tracking technology to successfully improve their businesses  … continue
thumb Washdown Duty Motor
The Stainless Super-E washdown duty motor is an energy efficient product featuring a conduit box welded to the frame to provide a leak-proof seal  … continue
thumb Wet Mixing Mills
The Z-Series Sanitary Wet Mixing Machines are designed for the precise particle size and biomass size reduction of fruits, vegetables and other foodstuffs  … continue
thumb Dust-Tight Roller Gates
The Vortex® Roller Gate™ is made for handling dry bulk material in gravity flow applications where positive material shutoff and a dust-tight seal are required  … continue


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Don't Wait for Uncle Sam: USA Food Safety Report 2011
The Food Safety and Modernization Act was signed into law by US President Barak Obama in January 2011, giving government agencies new authority to force recalls. However, the law does not push food manufacturing technology forward, instead calling for a study of appropriate tracking and tracing technology.    continue
Challenges, Trends and Expectations Driving IT Investments in Food Processing
The food processing marketplace is full of challenges and obstacles ranging from operational efficiencies to product recalls to new packaging and ingredient technologies. To stay competitive and address critical issues food processors know they need to continue to invest in business applications.   continue
Tracing Food in the Supply Chain
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