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Refrigerated & Frozen Foods' November 2013 issue zeroes in on five refrigerated and frozen foods producers who showcase new product introductions and cutting-edge packaging enhancements.
As you read this column, the federal government has ended its nearly 3-week partial shutdown and the business of governing has resumed in our nation’s capital. No doubt the resumption of suspended services is a welcome development for frozen food makers, who I know were frustrated by the impact.
Gourmet Frozen Cookies, Inc., Los Angeles, introduced homestyle frozen cookie dough under its Jen & Joe’s line.
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.
Rail and intermodal is a key ingredient to nearly any transportation strategy. Figuring out how to get bulk product from Point A to Point B safely, efficiently and cost effectively takes time, technology and due diligence.
Refrigerated & Frozen Foods talks exclusively with Bob Fitzsimmons, chief executive officer of Food Authority, about nighttime deliveries and the countless advantages they offer the foodservice industry.
Heat and Control’s new FastBack FDX Force Displacement drives are said to be 40% smaller than comparable inertia drive horizontal motion conveyors and convey up to 2,500 pounds, making it ideal for transfer runs up to 100 feet long and product accumulation up to 300 cubic feet.
Polypack’s new intermittent motion tray loader-former runs at speeds up to 20 trays per minute.