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Operating according to a sustainable corporate responsibility structure is more than just a report that’s issued every year—for many companies, it’s the only way to do business.
It used to be that the majority of Americans had their milk delivered straight to their front doors. Every day, the milkman would place bottles of milk in a “milk chute” that had a small cabinet with a door on the outside.
These days, anything and everything is online. From recipes and do-it-yourself solutions to blogs and reviews, the worldwide web is chock-full of “information.”
Zap, pow, wham, ka boom. No, that’s not a cartoon buzzing in the background—that’s the sound of refrigerated and frozen food processors charging their way through retailers’ shelves and restaurant kitchens and on to consumers’ plates.
First order of business—congratulations to Hormel Foods Corp. for receiving Refrigerated & Frozen Foods’ 2013 Sustainable Supply Chain of the Year award. We received a great deal of online nominations from some top-name processors, however Hormel Foods showcased exemplary efforts in surpassing its own sustainable measures.
Nominate your company or a refrigerated and/or frozen foods processor/customer today for Refrigerated & Frozen Foods’ annual Sustainable Supply Chain of the Year award.
IPPE 2013 sets the record with more than 1,150 exhibitors and 430,000 square feet.
We’ve all done it—made New Year’s resolutions that come March, might as well get thrown in the trash.
This year’s election brought mudslinging, bad-mouthing and a country so divided that people were actually de-friending and un-following “friends” via their social media accounts.
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