With the New Year comes New Year’s Resolutions. Here at Refrigerated & Frozen Foods, we have more than just resolutions—we have a host of projects and plans designed to keep our readers connected. Here’s what you, the reader, can expect from us come 2015.

New mobile app. Refrigerated & Frozen Foods recently introduced its new mobile app, RandFF. Available on iOS and Android-based phones and tablets, RandFF gives users access to Refrigerated & Frozen Foods’ content on new trends, technologies and solutions in packaging, food safety, energy management and supply chain and logistics. With the RandFF app, users can read articles, browse topics and products, access events, flip through digital issues and receive up-to-date news affecting the cold food and beverage industry.

Nominate 2015 Sustainable Supply Chain of the Year award. Nominations are officially open for our 2015 Sustainable Supply Chain of the Year award, which honors a cold food processor-shipper for year-over-year carbon footprint reduction, including significant supply chain carbon reduction, optimizing a supply chain network, enhancing logistics and transportation models or increasing “green” awareness through internal corporate sustainability programs. Anyone can nominate! Go HERE to submit your nomination today. Entries due March 1, 2015.

Expert columns. Refrigerated & Frozen Foodsoffers expert column opportunities, where you, the expert, can pen an exclusive column on a particular problem-solving solution, teaching the industry on how to overcome a common challenge. Email me to learn more.

Social media. If you’re not following us already via Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, make it a resolution to do so.

Polls. Get your voice heard by participating in our online polls here.

E-newsletters that matterRefrigerated & Frozen Foods’ monthly e-newsletter, What’s Hot in Cold, offers a snapshot into the recent news pertaining to packaging, food safety, energy management, supply chain and logistics and the industry. Go HERE to subscribe.

Online-only content. Just because a topic isn’t on our editorial calendar doesn’t mean we don’t cover it. That’s why we offer a host of online-only opportunities to cover your company’s news, whether it be acquisitions, building expansions, new product introductions, personnel changes and more. Go to www.RFFmag.com and subscribe to our news feed to keep up-to-date on breaking news impacting the cold food industry.

Submit your feedback. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me via phone or email and submit feedback on the magazine, the website, the e-newsletter or just general comments about a particular article. Feedback from our readers is most helpful in producing the best product possible for the cold food industry.

 As always, thank you for your readership. Here’s to a successful 2015. Hope you enjoy the ride.