Lack Of Policy Clarity Poses Challenges To Baking Industry

For baking manufacturing companies highly sensitive to air emission restrictions, the muddled proceedings of the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen impedes clear thinking when considering major capital investments.

NC Files Lawsuit: Bread Sold As Gluten-Free Wasn’t

The North Carolina Attorney General’s Office says a Durham specialty food company was
marketing bread as gluten-free that independent lab tests show contained the
protein. Now, the state’s lawyers want a judge to shut the company down.

Stewart Systems Receives International Business Award

January 21, 2010 BEMA

The Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce presented Stewart Systems, a 63-year-old fully integrated manufacturer of high-speed bread and bun bakery systems, with an International Business Achievement Award for global export expansion and outstanding civic involvement related to the economic growth in the North Texas Region.

Governor Jeb Bush To Headline ABA Annual Convention

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush will be the keynote speaker at the American Bakers Association Annual Convention, held March 14-17 in Boca Raton, FL.

CPI For Baked Goods, Cereals Gains 3.2% In 2009

The Consumer Price Index for baked foods and cereal products posted its 14th consecutive year of higher prices in 2009, advancing 3.2%.