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GMO ban in Los Angeles losing support; regulation might be dead
Inquisitr
A GMO ban in Los Angeles is reportedly losing support and may not happen at all. Just three days before local lawmakers were slated to vote on a ban on all genetically modified crops, a massive lobbying effort was embarked upon by a biotech trade group.
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Frozen food market to reach $156.4 billion by 2020
Globe Newswire
The global frozen food market was valued at $122.1 billion in 2013 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.6 percent from 2014 to 2020, to reach an estimated value of $156.4 billion in 2020.
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Venture firm seeks seeks next generation of food businesses
Forbes
What will be the next big food businesses in 2015 and beyond? That's the question the team behind Food-X is hoping to answer. Backed by SOSventures, a San-Francisco-based investment group with a $200 million fund, Food-X partners with early stage entrepreneurs and provides an accelerator program for food startups that investors hope will result in the next generation of America's food producers, manufacturers and distributors.
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Can organic agriculture feed the world's hungry?
Wall St. Cheat Sheet
As research on world population growth and climate change moves forward, farmers, economists and policymakers are still struggling to address a major concern: How will the Earth feed all these people?
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Business groups file lawsuit to block NLRB's union-organizing rule
The Wall Street Journal
Several business trade groups filed a lawsuit Monday to block the National Labor Relations Board's new rule that would speed union-organizing elections, alleging the board overstepped its authority.
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Will 2015 be a year of safer food in China?
Gordon Orr via LinkedIn
2014 ended with yet another unfortunate case of a food safety lapse in China as a fast food chain announced that it is investigating Chinese media claims of staff manipulating the expiration date on various foodstuffs.
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Call for action on water use in food industry
Energy & Environment Management
Scientists from the Institution of Chemical Engineers are urging coordinated global action to reduce the amount of hidden water used in food and drink production.
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Data-driven food safety monitoring eases regulatory compliance
Food Safety Magazine
In industries where regulation is pervasive — such as the food industry — the most successful companies are typically those that develop systems and practices that maximize opportunities for process improvement, higher quality and ultimately greater insight into the data capture necessary for regulatory reporting and control over finished product.
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