After years of withstanding ‘strange-tasting’ products having little resemblance to ‘the real thing,’ consumers are now getting the kinds of gluten-free foods they’re after, in a much more competitive market segment for bakers and snack food processors.
When producing premium quality bread, turn to solutions that count. Check out this round-up of caramel coloring, chocolate shapes, gooey inclusions, blueberries and more, all designed to add that extra power to nearly any bakery application.
Americans are eating entirely too many calories and not choosing enough nutritious foods in their daily diets, says contributing columnist Judi Adams. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends foods that can help correct this bad habit.
Grain milling professionals can learn about the latest in food safety
and hazard analysis critical control point (HACCP) programs
specifically related to their industry at the International Grains
Program workshop at Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kan., March
8-10, at the IGP conference center.