By Karen Langhauser, Editor-in-Chief, Food Manufacturing I’m trying hard not to blame myself for the Yankees’ Game 5 World Series loss. In my defense, the Yankees’ starting lineup was sans Posada, Matsui and Cabrera. AJ Burnett was pitching on short rest.
Embrace your inner nerd, geek or fitting intellectual stereotype with disregard for the negative connotation.
By Karen Langhauser, Editor-in-Chief, Food Manufacturing While barbecuing the other day with my sister (more accurately, while our significant others were barbecuing and we were watching) I was attempting to look busy by examining a package of Martin’s potato rolls.
B y Anna Wells, Editor, IMPO My friends and I like to play a lot of off-the-cuff word games.
By Jeff Reinke, Editorial Director, Chem.Info It’s not a new problem, per se. The need to
The news is littered with recessionary success stories, and it's uplifting to see that many manufacturers have found a sweet spot in an otherwise sour economy.
By Jeff Reinke, Editorial Director, Manufacturing Group At the risk of losing my membership
By Joel Hans, Associate Editor, IMPO First of all, I’d like to take the opportunity to introduce myself to all of IMPO ’s readers out there.
By Luke Simpson, Associate Editor, Chem.Info It’s the culmination of over 40 years work, combining technology developed by NASA in the 1950s with cutting edge biofuel production techniques using purpose-built microorganisms.
I’m not sure if people will ever stop criticizing the food industry, or if Vegas will ever lose its bad boy image. But I think we are all capable of making our own decisions.
By Jeff Reinke, Editorial Director In attending the Pack & Process Expo shows, respectively, last week, a couple of key market dynamics became very obvious to me. The first is that true market leaders are very impatient. They don’t wait for regulations or legislation.
By Mike Rainone, Co-Founder, PCDworks It’s finally gotten to me. I have given up on
I noticed two prevailing trends at last week's Pack and Process Expos: The continued push for sustainable options and an overall attempt to help companies succeed despite the bad economy.
By Anna Wells, Editor, IMPO Perhaps it’s because it’s one of the most visible brands out there, but Starbucks has been all up in my face in this recession.