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California manufacturers to pay more under toughest carbon curbs
Bloomberg
California manufacturers from food processors to apparel makers are warning costs will skyrocket if state regulators proceed with a plan to reduce their allocations of free greenhouse gas emission credits.
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Could a single food safety agency be the answer?
Reason
If a new federal food safety agency would help eliminate inefficiencies, it might earn widespread support.
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NASDA wants national GMO labeling
WNAX
The National Association of State Departments of Agriculture have passed a resolution supporting a national uniform labeling policy for genetically modified foods. South Dakota Agriculture Secretary Lucas Lentsch says a national standard is needed to overcome all the problems caused by different and diverse state regulations that hamper bio technology.
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USDA and NIFA to fund study of foodborne pathogens
Food Processing Technology
USDA and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture have awarded a $150,000 grant to University of Maine researchers for studying foodborne pathogens.
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World food prices slide to lowest point since 2010 as grain costs drop
Bloomberg
Food prices extended a slide to the lowest since 2010 as grain costs tumbled amid ample world supplies, the United Nations' Food & Agriculture Organization said.
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Calling on plants to fulfill protein's promise
Chemical & Engineering News
As food makers add protein to more of the things we eat, could a switch to plant-based proteins help our health and the planet?
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USDA to cut off farm subsidies to city slickers
Politico
The Agriculture Department is getting ready to tell a lot of people who've been getting farm subsidy checks without lifting a hay bale, swinging a pitch fork or driving a tractor that they're cut off.
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Monsanto inches closer to biggest biotech launch in company history
Midwest Center for Investigative Reporting via WCBU
To counter a "super weed" epidemic plaguing farmers, agribusiness giant Monsanto is steadily moving forward on the introduction of its next major wave of genetically engineered crops.
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