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America's 50 most powerful people in food for 2014
The Daily Meal
Who are the most powerful people in the food world in America? For the fourth year in a row, The Daily Meal attempts to answer that question — and it begins with USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack at No. 1.
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California drought could trigger food inflation
Money News
A lack of rainfall in California could have a nationwide impact on food prices. According to the California Department of Food and Agriculture, the state produces almost half of U.S.-grown fruits, nuts and vegetables. But the state's water managers say unless there are strong storms in the next few months, they may only be able to provide 5 percent of the water needed for the nearly 1 million acres of irrigated farmland.
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New test targets salmonella
R&D
A novel biosensor developed by scientists at Rice University, in collaboration with colleagues in Thailand and Ireland, may make the detection of pathogens much faster and easier for food manufacturing plants.
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Plasma potential for tackling strawberry spoilage
Food Quality News
Atmospheric pressure cold plasma can reduce microorganisms on strawberries without major impacts on color and firmness, according to research.
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America's 50 most powerful people in food for 2014
The Daily Meal
Who are the most powerful people in the food world in America? For the fourth year in a row, The Daily Meal attempts to answer that question — and it begins with USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack at No. 1.

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Food industry coming up with salt(less) solutions
Newswise
In the January issue of Food Technology magazine published by the Institute of Food Technologists, David Despain writes about the new low sodium solutions that are entering the food market.

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HACCP certification key to FSMA compliance
Food Production Daily
With regulations like the Food Safety Modernization Act requiring higher safety and sanitation standards, HACCP certification is an important step in ensuring an operation passes muster.

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A big year ahead for touting good-for-you frozen foods
American Frozen Food Institute
At its very core, the Frozen Food Foundation is dedicated to supporting scientific research and public awareness about the nutritional benefits and positive attributes of frozen foods. Frozen Food Foundation executive director Adrienne Richards says 2014 is shaping up to be a big year for distributing positive news about frozen foods.
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Caramel colors under fire again: Is there a safe level of 4-MeI?
Food Navigator-USA
The FDA says it has "no reason to believe" that 4-MeI — an impurity generated during the manufacture of caramel colors III and IV — poses a health risk at current dosage levels, but says it is reviewing new data to determine whether it needs to revise its opinion.
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Federal versus state rights in new farm bill
Southwest Farm Press
A proposed amendment in the farm bill paves the way for the federal government to do away with individual state (agricultural) laws that protect consumers, animals and agricultural workers and would give federal regulators the authority to change any state law regarding agriculture.
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FDA sends 2 proposed food labeling makeovers to White House
Bloomberg
Food labels that help U.S. shoppers decipher nutrition content are set to get their first makeover in 21 years. The changes include updates to the nutrition facts panel on most foods sold in grocery stores and a revision to serving sizes, according to an online summary of two proposals sent to the White House for review.
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