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FoodPacific Manufacturing Journal 2009-3
WE are certain that all of us, on reading what Mr.Muktar Kent has to say about the future of the beverage industry (Boardroom Connection, begining on page 12), can only hope - with bated breath - that he is right. Mr.Kent, who is president and CEO of The Coca - Cola Bottling Company, is certainly in a position to have seen how the industry has fared during the good times and the bad. He doesn't deny that beverage makers have seen better days, but he reminds them that adversity isn't new to the industry and that going by history, past is indeed prologue. The beverage indsutry can make sweet use of adversity, as after all, few industry possess the same degree of creativity, passion, genius and determination. "Think back when you first joined this wonderful industry. Even if it was just a decade ago, there was still no viable bottled water category or ready to drink tea or coffee categories. Enhanced waters and energy drinks were non-existent. Nutraceuticals and functional beverages were still the realm of science fiction. Calorie-free sparkling bevarages were sti
  • Food Manufacturing Journal - Middle East 2009-2
    WE hope this first issue of Food Manufacturing Journal - Middle East will open a fresh perspective on the possibilities for the regional food industry. While reliance on processed food imports is likely to remain for many more years, forward-looking local companies are looking to reduce this dependence. A number of them are ramping up their processing capacities and expanding their markets, and many more small- and medium-size firms are on the lookout for opportunities to invest further in new technologies. It is to this evolving food and beverage industry that Food Manufacturing Journal - Middle East hopes to introduce to trends and developments in materials and technology. FMJE will also offer insights on specific issues affecting the regional as well as the global industry. Our goal is to provide the type of knowledge that will help readers to make the right decisions at the right time so that their operations grow optimally. To achieve this goal, the resources of two B2B publishers have come together: DVV Media Middle East, the Dubai unit of the German
  • Int'l Plastics News for Asia 2009-1
    We are happy to announce the launch of the International Plastics News - Middle East. The Middle East edition is published by our partners in Dubai - DVV Media Middle East, a German-based B2B publishing company. In the same tradition as the International Plastics News for Asia, the new magazine brings together the resources of Ringier Trade Publishing, one of the leading B2B publishers in China and Southeast Asia, and certainly the leading publisher on the plastics sector. Ringier's over 35 titles have been serving various industries and its industry-specific websites and a host of other services are providing suppliers and buyers with relevant information. Ringier already has 4 plastics titles focusing on China and Southeast Asia, including its flagship International Plastics News for China. Together with the number 1 plastics industry magazine in India, Modern Plastics and Polymer (published by Infomedia 18 Ltd), both the Southeast Asian and Middle East editions are supported by experts whose wealth of experience and knowledge on the plastics industry can
  • Int'l Plastics News for Asia 2008-11
    We all know that the plastics industry is facing tough times ahead as a result of the global economic turmoil that has begun to affect doing business anywhere in the world. As the year 2008 closes, this issue aims to give you some tips on what to expect in 2009. We gathered the insights of four companies each representing a specific sector within the industry one invcstment consultant and one industry association on what would be the important issues and developments to monitor in 2009, the factors that would affect the industry, and tips on how to survive competition and the hard times ahead. The Special Report on Outlook 2009, thus, becomes a must-read for those in the industry. Global thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) production has been on the rise indicating a trend where TPEs are now used intead of other elastomeric materials in new fields or new product designs. The successful development of new TPE characteristics is expected to strengthen and enhance a product's overall quality creating significant impact on the market. This issue features Progressive Com
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    Editors Pick

    Trending meat flavours

    Flavouring technologies that use nutritionally-balanced ingredients are best for reformulating meat recipes, writes DIMITRIOS TZOUVELEKIS*.


    What’s in your canned food?

    Many canned foods have seen their share of reformulations, but they can’t quite shake off the “unhealthy” label.


    Expanding horizons for automotive technology

    Solid Edge University this year was conducted in Indianapolis. Siemens employees, developers, channel partners, and the press attended the 3 day gala event.  

    Creating winning foods for the silver-hair market

    For the elderly, food must not only meet their nutritional needs, but the packaging has to be easy to open, reminds Jo Smewing*


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