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Food safety and quality more related than ever, says new firm
Food Quality News
Safety and the perceived quality of food are now more related than ever before, according to the managing director of a newly created company.
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GMOs with health benefits have a large market potential
Phys.Org
Research at Ghent University reveals that consumers are willing to pay more for GMOs with health benefits, with premiums ranging from 20 percent to 70 percent more. This differs from GMOs with farmer benefits, which are only accepted by consumers when they are offered at a discount.
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Obama to propose 7 days paid sick leave for workers
The Washington Post
President Barack Obama will propose  that Congress adopt the Healthy Families Act, which would grant Americans seven days a year of paid sick time, White House officials said.
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What does the roadmap to food security really look like?
Food Navigator
Food security is vital to the food industry in both developing and developed countries, but what does "food security" really mean, how do we measure it and can we really solve the problems facing us?
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Updating packaging can help shelf-stable foods tap into wellness trend
Food Navigator-USA
Minor changes in how packaged foods are presented could help them reclaim sales lost when consumers began favoring fresh and less-processed foods that they perceive as healthier and closer to nature, according to a wellness trend expert.
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Food safety bills popping up in state legislatures
Food Safety News
By the third week of January, 41 state legislatures are in session, according to the Denver-based National Conference of State Legislatures. That number will increase to 44 by the end of the month when, in addition to New Mexico, legislative sessions in Hawaii and Utah will get underway. In many of them, food safety will be on the docket.
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The new antibiotics might be essential oils
The Atlantic
Faced with increasingly drug-resistant bacteria, scientists and farmers are now looking to plant extracts to keep people and animals healthy.
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The most disproportionately popular foods in each state
USA Today
A new study finds which cuisines in each state are most popular above the national average, with surprises like Hawaiian food in Utah.
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EU health chief: No clear majority yet for US trade deal
Reuters
No clear majority has so far emerged among EU states for a free-trade agreement between the European Union and the United States, and both sides need to explain the benefits of such a deal, the EU's health chief said.
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