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April 1, 2007
Cover story- Heaven On A Plate
Lawler Foods, Ltd. saves “The Best for Last” with its decadent cheesecakes and desserts for restaurant, in-store bakery, private label and wholesale club consumption. Here, the Humble, Texas-based company dishes about the signature indulgences it offers customers worldwide, from the United States to Russia.
Plant Story- Artists At Work
Editor Dan Malovany tours Lawler Foods, Ltd.’s original 57,000-sq.-ft. bakery and learns about the company’s upcoming
Editor’s Note- My Career, Not My Company’s
What’s the difference between a job and a career? Editor Dan Malovany talks about taking ownership for yourself and your company.
Trends & Analysis- Backstage At IDDBA - People - Business Briefs
Ingredient Technology- Pushing New Pair-A-Meters
Some seasonings obviously go together better than others, but this year’s forecasts reveal odd pairings that push the envelope, as well as consumer taste buds.- Avatar Corp.; Caravan Ingredients...
NEW PRODUCTS- Earthgrains 100% Natural Bread; Kettle Brand Tortilla Chips...
AFTER-SCHOOL SNACKS- Not-So-Forbidden Fruits
Fruity snacks fulfill kids’ demands for tasty treats while answering parents’ call for healthy alternatives to potato chips, cookies and crackers.
Engineering Management- Buying Into Teamwork
When it comes to purchasing equipment for a “big bakery,” the maintenance manager had best be in on it from the get-go, says columnist Jeff Dearduff.
Innovations In Equipment- Icing On The Cake
Technological advances are topping cakes and other desserts in a style that looks homemade.- Hinds-Bock Corp.; Packaging Systems Automation, Inc. ...
Tech At Work- Tunnel Visions
Snack Food Association- SNAXPO 2007 The Idea Hot Spot!
The 2007 edition of SNAXPO played host to visitors from 37 countries interested in new snack innovations, equipment and ingredients.- Chairman’s Letter - State Of The Industry: Healthy Vs. Indulgent - In-School Snacks
My 15 Minutes- Spice Girl
For everything, there is a seasoning … This year, it could be the acai berry, the habanero, or managing editor Deborah Cassell’s new favorite: OLD BAY.
Advertiser Index- Index