CLFP Insider
October 12, 2018
Enjoy a day of camaraderie and fun, while raising funds for CLFP’s Scholarship Program at CLFP’s Annual Supplier Host Council Golf Tournament to be held on Friday, October 26, at the Reserve at Spanos Park in Stockton. This popular, annual event helps raise funds for CLFP’s Scholarship Program. The registration deadline is today, October 12.
CLFP recently launched its online Member Portal system, which allows members to complete a wide variety of tasks, including updating member information, paying dues, registering for meetings and more! The site may be accessed from CLFP's website by clicking on Member Login from the homepage.
Registration for both exhibitors and attendees is now open for Food Processing Expo 2019, which will be held February 12-13 at the Sacramento Convention Center. The Expo, the largest event of its kind in California, is produced by CLFP and offers something for everyone in California’s food processing industry.The Expo keynote speaker is Keith Knopf, Raley's president and cheif executive officer.
Registration is ongoing for CLFP’s Fall Board of Directors Meeting to be held Thursday, October 25, at the Hilton in Stockton. The meeting will feature a new one-day format and also will be held for the first time the day before CLFP’s Annual Supplier Host Council Golf Tournament. The meeting is open to all CLFP board of directors members.
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How the New Revenue Recognition Standard Impacts Food Companies
Moss Adams LLP
Revenue Recognition is a change that may have far-reaching effects on a food company’s financial reporting and internal control systems. This insight highlights the key areas food and beverage companies should consider when implementing the new revenue recognition standard.
All food companies will need to revisit their financial statements and consider any necessary enhancements to meet the new standard.
Industry News
The FDA is amending its food additive regulations in response to two food additive petitions, to no longer allow for the use of a total of seven synthetic flavoring substances and flavor enhancers (adjuvants). The FDA determined that the data presented in one of the petitions submitted by a number of consumer groups show that six of these materials caused cancer in laboratory animals under the conditions of the studies. The seventh synthetic flavor is being de-listed because it is no longer used by industry.
The 2nd Annual South Valley Industrial Summit will be held November 15 in Tulare and will be preceded on November 14 with Pre-Summit Workshops. The Industrial Summit provides South Valley Industrial Collaborative partners with the opportunity to come together on an annual basis to learn about innovative industries that are growing in the region, to attend informational and educational breakout sessions and to engage in B2B networking.
 On November 6 in Chico, the VINE Food and Agriculture Innovation Meetup North State Edition will be presented by The Verde Innovation Network for Entrepreneurship (The VINE) and BlueTechValley, with co-sponsors Chicostart, Glenn Grows, NoRTEC, and the CSU Chico GIC and CED. This edition will focus on Planning for the Technology Future of Agriculture and Food and Beverage Processing.
One of the event’s objectives is to help build a community to grow technology companies that support regional food and agriculture industries.
New Members
Pump & Mixers Sales/Manufacturing.
Calgon Carbon, a subsidiary of Kuraray Co., Ltd., is a global leader in the manufacture and/or distribution of innovative coal-, wood- and coconut-based activated carbon products – in granular, powdered, pelletized and cloth form – to meet the most challenging purification demands of customers throughout the world. Complemented by world-class activated carbon and ultraviolet (UV) light purification and disinfection equipment systems and service capabilities, as well as diatomaceous earth and perlites, Calgon Carbon provides purification solutions for more than 700 distinct applications, including drinking water, wastewater, pollution abatement, and a variety of industrial and commercial manufacturing processes.
Moleaer (Latin for tiny air) is a Los Angeles based company that develops industrial scale nano-bubble generators to enhance a wide range of processes. Moleaer’s generators produce more than 500 million nano-bubbles per ml, 80nm in diameter. Bubbles of that size have extraordinary properties that are proven to help farmers grow more food, oil and mining companies recover more valuable resources and operators treat wastewater more cost effectively.
Supplier of commercial fuels and lubricants.


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