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November 16, 2006

Developed by the US Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED promotes a national standard for developing high-performance, sustainable buildings that protect the environment.  ...full story

September 1, 2006

Dixon Environmental's MON Resource Center received the 1st place 2006 Professional Services Management Association's (PSMA) Management Achievement award for best practices in Information Technology.  ...full story

July 6, 2006

A decade ago, few had heard of gluten- free foods and celiac disease was barely on the radar. Now, with proposed FDA regulations for gluten-free labeling just around the corner and estimates of 3 million Americans battling celiac disease, this "niche" market is growing by leaps and bounds, with sales of gluten-free products expected to top $696 million in 2006, according to Gluten-Free Foods and Beverages, a new report from market research publisher Packaged Facts.  ...full story

June 30, 2006

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today will celebrate the centennial of the Pure Food and Drugs Act of 1906 at an event dedicated to the agency's past, present and future service to the nation.

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November 24, 2006

This report gives a brief overview of the state of the U.S. food-processing industry, with an emphasis on its efforts to incorporate pollution prevention and clean technologies into its processing operations. The report is not intended to be a thoroughly comprehensive industry guide or study. Rather, it was written as guidance material for those who are seeking general information about the U.S. food-processing industry and its use of technologies and processes that reduce or prevent pollution.  ...full story

October 1, 2006

Honeycomb Connect examines environmental compliance services delivered over the internet.  ...full story
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November 17, 2006

via Reliableplant.com

Shipments from Canadian factories in August declined slightly from their highest level in 2006, Statistics Canada reported on October 16. With commodity prices falling, the volume of goods shipped actually increased in August.  ...full story

November 17, 2006

via The Globe and Mail

For the past two weeks, a 42-year-old employee at a Scarborough food-manufacturing plant has been hunted by corporate lawyers, private investigators and police officers after someone swiped, and attempted to sell, some of the most closely guarded recipes in North America's fast-food industry.  ...full story

November 17, 2006

via Plantservices.com

You might be paying too much for dumpster hauling if some fraction of what you throw into them has value to somebody elsewhere on the economic food chain. In the ideal world, you’ll be able to find someone willing to pay you for your trash. Russ Kratowicz gives you web resources for recycling in his lates column. He surfs the Web so you don't have to.  ...full story

November 16, 2006

via Chinadaily.com

A northeast China food processor polished up and sold tonnes of rice, some of it 17 years old that could be harmful if eaten, Chinese state media reported in the latest in a wave of scandals over tainted and counterfeit foods.  ...full story

November 16, 2006

via Eureka

Lou Reade speaks to research leaders within plastics suppliers to assess what new materials we might see in the next few years.  ...full story

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Jan Grøndal,
Vice President,
Technology and Manufacturing,
Einar Willumsen

Executive Member Profiles:

A pioneer of novel applications for specialty foods and processes, Jan Grøndal’s career in food science has been fueled by his creative spirit and desire to expand future markets with the fruits of his labor. Today, at the culmination of a notable career, Grøndal puts his talents to service with Einar Willumsen; as Vice President of Technology and Manufacturing he is responsible for the companies manufacturing, application and quality control laboratories in both Sweden and Denmark, as well as a  ...full story

Archived Member Profiles

Mike Augustine, Vice President of Food Ingredients Applications and Technical Services, Tate & Lyle

Henk Eertink, Manufacturing Excellence and TPM Director, Unilever Europe Foods

Patrick L. Kelly, Director of Quality and Food Safety, Grimmway Enterprises, Inc.

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