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What to do about food loss?JONES, Timothy W.Biocycle. 2006, Vol 47, Num 7, issn 0276-5055, 32-34 [2 p.]Article

What does sustainability mean to the food industry?FRENCH, Steve.Food technology (Chicago). 2004, Vol 58, Num 9, issn 0015-6639, p. 160Article

Fungal spoilage challenges for the food industry: What have we learned in the last 50 years?HOCKING, A. D.Food Australia. 2010, Vol 62, Num 1-2, pp 42-45, issn 1032-5298, 4 p.Article

Pride and Prejudice : Learning How Chronically III People Think about FoodSIEK, Katie A; CONNELLY, Kay H; ROGERS, Yvonne et al.CHI Conference. 2006, pp 947-950, isbn 1-59593-178-3, 4 p.Conference Paper

Concentration of viscous food solutions by membrane contactorsWARCZOK, Justyna; KUJAWSKI, Wojciech; FERRANDO, Montse et al.Desalination (Amsterdam). 2006, Vol 200, Num 1-3, pp 533-534, issn 0011-9164, 2 p.Conference Paper

Open Innovation Gaining Momentum in the Food IndustryBELLAIRS, J.Cereal foods world. 2010, Vol 55, Num 1, pp 4-6, issn 0146-6283, 3 p.Article

Potential of biowaste from the food industry as a biomass resourceMAHRO, B; TIMM, M.Engineering in life sciences (Print). 2007, Vol 7, Num 5, pp 457-468, issn 1618-0240, 12 p.Article

Soft sensor for snack food textural properties using on-line vibrational measurementsBRUWER, Mark-John; MACGREGOR, John. F; BOURG, Wilfred M et al.Industrial & engineering chemistry research. 2007, Vol 46, Num 3, pp 864-870, issn 0888-5885, 7 p.Article

La place des équipementiers français dans l'industrie alimentaire des nouveaux etats membresLEVI, Racheline.Industries alimentaires et agricoles. 2004, Vol 121, Num 12, pp 21-22, issn 0019-9311, 2 p., NSArticle

Pénétration de la productique dans les industries agro-alimentaires = Use of productique in the food industryPESCHE, D.Industries alimentaires et agricoles. 1986, Vol 103, Num 4, pp 211-216, issn 0019-9311Article

Paradigm shifts in academia and the food industry required to meet innovation challengesSAM SAGUY, I.Trends in food science & technology (Regular ed.). 2011, Vol 22, Num 9, pp 467-475, issn 0924-2244, 9 p.Conference Paper

Evolution of the food industry : People, tools and machinesDUKE-ROHNER, Maggie.Trends in food science & technology (Regular ed.). 2007, Vol 18, issn 0924-2244, S99-S12, SUP1Article

Satisfying the Appetite of Today's Food-processing EquipmentCHEMICAL, Afton.Tribology & lubrication technology. 2007, Vol 63, Num 11, pp 28-30, issn 1545-858X, 3 p.Conference Paper

Problems still inherent in foodindustry biocatalyst sustainable-deployment?WISEMAN, Alan; WOODS, Len.Trends in food science & technology (Regular ed.). 2004, Vol 15, Num 5, pp 276-279, issn 0924-2244, 4 p.Article

Kaffee : Ganzheitliche rechner-unterstützung vom Strauch zur TasseHUT-LANGNER, E; SCHÖNEBERGER, J.Verfahrenstechnik (Mainz. 1983). 1991, Vol 25, Num 6, pp 86-88, issn 0175-5315, 2 p.Article

Challenges in exploiting open innovation's full potential in the food industry with a focus on small and medium enterprises (SMEs)SAGUY, I. Sam; SIROTINSKAYA, Vera.Trends in food science & technology (Regular ed.). 2014, Vol 38, Num 2, pp 136-148, issn 0924-2244, 13 p.Article

Synesstic™ Alkylated Naphthalene Basestocks for Incidental Food ContactMAZZO-SKALSKI, Sandra.Tribology & lubrication technology. 2010, Vol 66, Num 11, pp 44-46, issn 1545-858X, 3 p.Conference Paper

Prescient systems : case studyIRELAND, Chivers.European food and drink review. 2001, Num SUMMER, issn 0955-4416, p. 8Article

Spécial FI Europe = Special FI EuropeHAXAIRE, Laurence; PHELPS, Steve; VAN, Paul et al.Process (Cesson-Sévigné). 2001, Num 1175, pp 36-73, issn 0998-6650, 27 p.Serial Issue

Food biotechnology: its organization and potentialKNORR, D.Food technology (Chicago). 1987, Vol 41, Num 4, pp 95-100, issn 0015-6639Article

Shedding fresh light on food industry's role: the recession's aftermathMATTAS, Konstadinos; TSAKIRIDOU, Efthimia.Trends in food science & technology (Regular ed.). 2010, Vol 21, Num 4, pp 212-216, issn 0924-2244, 5 p.Article

Coopérations, territoires et entreprises agroalimentairesFourcade, Colette; Muchnik, José; Treillon, Roland et al.Update. 2010, isbn 978-2-7592-0756-5, 1Vol, 135 p., isbn 978-2-7592-0756-5Book

Reducing TCO of food-processing equipment : Six tipsLESINSKI, Darren J.Tribology & lubrication technology. 2006, Vol 62, Num 11, pp 19-22, issn 1545-858X, 4 p.Article

How flow modeling benefits the food industryDHANASEKHARAN, Kumar M; GRALD, Eric W; MATHUR, Roopesh et al.Food technology (Chicago). 2004, Vol 58, Num 3, pp 32-35, issn 0015-6639, 4 p.Article

Australian innovation in a global food industryEYLES, M. J.Food Australia. 2004, Vol 56, Num 7, pp 286-289, issn 1032-5298, 4 p.Article

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