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FDA announces national kick-off meeting on FSMA implementation
Ag/FDA Blog
FDA will hold a "National Kick-Off Meeting on Implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)" on April 23-24 in Washington, D.C. The agency has sent out a save-the-date notice to subscribers to its FSMA webpage, but the notice contains few details. FDA says that meeting specifics, including registration information, will be made available in March via a Federal Register notice and an announcement on FDA's FSMA webpage.
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Food safety to play important part in 2015 dietary guidelines
Food Safety News
What should we eat to be healthy? That's an important question, because, according to the recently released Scientific Report of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, what we eat has a lot to do with how healthy we are. It's as simple as that.
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Facing the challenges and opportunities of online grocery
CPGmatters
It has been estimated that in the U.S. 10 percent of grocery sales will be online by 2025. The reality is online is a growing marketplace. But some challenges come with those opportunities.
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Food industry at robotics tipping point
Process and Control Today
In the past 12 months there has been a noticeable uptake in robotics in the food processing sector.
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The biggest culprits of foodborne illness
CBS News
A new report by a collaboration of U.S. federal health agencies finds that potentially lethal bacteria in food is to blame for some 9 million cases of illness annually. In an effort to cut down on such illnesses, health officials have come up with a new method for analyzing data on outbreaks to help figure out which foods are most likely to make people sick.
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Can frozen food be better than fresh food?
Metroland News
In the past 20 years, the acceptance of frozen food has leapt forward to 21st century standards, all thanks to modern-day freezing methods and our learning curve as it applies to those methods.
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Eco-friendly innovation will shape the future of the food industry
Food Navigator
New technologies and innovative ingredients are likely to structurally change the food supply chain in the near future, says a report by Rabobank.
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IFSAC reveals food source for top pathogens
Food Quality News
More than 80 percent of E.coli illnesses were traced to beef and vegetable row crops, according to a method to analyze outbreak data.
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Consumers want healthy foods — and will pay more for them (Forbes)
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