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Labriola livens up the pretzel market

January 15, 2013
Labriola Baking Co., an automated/artisan bakery in Alsip, Ill., seems to be expanding constantly, thanks to the efforts of ‘Chief Dough Boy’ and CEO Rich Labriola and his staff. Business has grown at double-digit rates, allowing for a move to a spacious, 175,000-sq.ft. production facility and the opening of a hot-spot bakery café. It’s latest project? Pretzel bread.


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Breakfast to-go

January 15, 2013
Today’s consumers lead busy lives, which sometimes means eating on-the-run. Fortunately, many bakeries are offering convenient grab-and-go breakfast items like muffins and donuts.


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A look at sustainable packaging

January 15, 2013
Kyla Fisher, corporate sustainability director at paper converter PaperWorks, Philadelphia, discusses some of the innovative materials and processes driving the recycling of paperboard packaging.


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What's new in packaging?

March 24, 2013
Several leading packaging material producers discuss issues influencing the type of packaging bakers and snack producers are using to meet consumer needs and their own. 


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Conveyors on the move

January 15, 2013
New technology, enhancements and improvements have made conveyors and belts more user-friendly for baked goods and snack food manufacturers.


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Labriola flour power

January 11, 2013
Popular Labriola Baking Co. recently relocated to a spacious, 175,000-sq.-ft. plant in Alsip, Ill


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Festida Foods chips away at consistent operations

January 15, 2013
Expanding to a new tortilla and corn chip plant paved the way for a new conveying, seasoning and bagging line featuring computer control and uniform results, as well as nonstop weighing and packaging efficiency. 


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The ‘in’ crowd

January 14, 2013
Inclusions—old favorites and new creations—are adding the flavor, texture and nutritional benefits consumers are seeking in baked goods and snacks.


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Preventing allergen-related product recalls

January 15, 2013
Food products containing undeclared allergens can result in life-threatening experiences for individuals with food allergies. 


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Are you getting enough superfruits?

January 15, 2013
While consumers continue to hear about superfruits, there’s no official U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) or Food and Drug Administration (FDA) definition for the word. 


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New year, new look

January 15, 2013
The beginning of the new year means time for a change and a fresh start. So that’s exactly what we’ve done here at Snack Food & Wholesale
 


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Snack Food Today: January 2013

January 15, 2013
Rudolph Foods’ Second Annual Pork Rind Appreciation Day campaign will culminate on the biggest football day of the year 


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Equipment Briefs: January 2013

January 15, 2013
Equipment Briefs from various Suppliers. Check it out!


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Ingredient Briefs: January 2013

January 15, 2013
Ingredient briefs from different suppliers. Check it out!


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