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2013 Best in Baking Recipients

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July 22, 2013
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At the upcoming International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE), Oct. 6-9, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, visitors will get a taste of the baking industry’s environmental efforts. It’s where 17 entries in the B.E.S.T (Becoming Environmentally Sustainable Together) in Baking program will be celebrated for their stellar sustainability efforts. Sponsored by IBIE, Bundy Baking Solutions and Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery, the program’s panel of expert judges selected the recipients of the recognition after evaluating each entry.

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The 2013 recipients are:

  • Air Management Technologies Inc.
  • American Pan Co.
  • AMF Bakery Systems
  • Auto-Bake Pty. Ltd.
  • Briess Malt & Ingredients Co.
  • ChemxWorks Inc.
  • Daabon Organic USA Inc.
  • Enervex Inc.
  • Hayon Manufacturing
  • Meyer Laboratory Inc.
  • Newave Packaging Inc.
  • Oberlin Filter Co.
  • Picard Ovens Inc.
  • Robbie Flexibles
  • Shaffer Mixers & Processing Equipment
  • SPX Flow Technology
  • TMB Baking Inc.

Five companies were also recognized as Honorable Mentions:

  • Arla Foods Ingredients
  • ColorMaker Inc.
  • Lawrence Foods
  • Palsgaard Inc.
  • Unitherm Food Systems Inc.

The B.E.S.T. in Baking group will also be featured in Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery’s August issue Pre-Show Planner for  IBIE 2013. IBIE will also feature them on its social media pages, in emails and its onsite directory and more. The recognition cites suppliers of equipment, packaging, ingredients, products or services that are helping the baking industry become more environmentally sustainable. You can find details about the recipients in our special B.E.S.T. in Baking supplement in our August 2013 issue.

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Introduced in 2010, the B.E.S.T in Baking program recognizes exhibitors that supply equipment, packaging, ingredients, products and/or services that foster energy and water conservation, decrease landfill waste and promote overall healthy living. For 2013, B.E.S.T in Baking, sponsored by Bundy Baking Solutions and Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery, received nearly double the number of entries as 2010, indicating significant growth in sustainable products across the industry.

“We can make an enormously positive impact on the environment by employing more sustainable methods across the industry,” states Mike Beaty, IBIE chairman and Flowers Foods executive vice president of supply chain. “Those leading the way in this effort are an inspiration and should be recognized for their progress. That’s what B.E.S.T in Baking is all about.”

For more information about the B.E.S.T in Baking program and to register for IBIE 2013, visit www.IBIE2013.com. Congratulations to the 2013 group!

Source: ibie2013.com

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