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Speedy sanitation guards against deadly downtime
Food Production Daily
Downtime is death for food producers; according to one conveyor expert, making sanitation quick and easy can save the day.
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US gets gold medal in 'food safety Olympics' with EU
Food Safety News
Usually it's David Acheson, a former top FDA official, who stirs things up with his speeches or guest commentaries from The Acheson Group. But this time, it's the consulting firm's chief science officer, Jennifer McEntire, who came up with a sort of food safety Olympics between the United States and the European Union.
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Coding and marking: Are you controlling costs effectively?
Food Engineering
Hygiene requirements, durability and much more factor into code application for primary food packaging.
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Costly food regulations
AgInfo.net
In the ongoing battle surrounding the food industry the approach most often taken is "us vs. them," with food activists and consumers pitted against Big Food. In reality, the food industry is made up of several diverse groups, much like any other industry.
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EPA: 51.5 percent of US packaging gets recycled
Food Production Daily
Lightweighted containers, reduced material use, improved recycling awareness — many shifts in the U.S. waste stream points toward food packaging having a better impact on the environment than ever before.
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FAO: Biotech contamination in traded food is on the rise
Bloomberg
Contamination of traded food and feed with genetically modified crops is on the rise as production increases around the world, the U.N.'s Food & Agriculture Organization reported.
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Speedy sanitation guards against deadly downtime
Food Production Daily
Downtime is death for food producers; according to one conveyor expert, making sanitation quick and easy can save the day.

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FDA eyes moving food labels out front
The Hill
The Food and Drug Administration is not ruling out requiring the nation's food makers to list nutritional information on the front of their products. The FDA is looking closely at the issue, said FDA spokeswoman Theresa Eisenman.

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Food manufacturers told to prepare for FSMA whistle blower protection
Food Safety News
Employment and labor law firm Littler Mendelson is advising food manufacturers to be prepared for new whistleblower protections under the Food Safety Modernization Act.

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Japan, US make 'bit of progress' in trade talks — Japanese official
Reuters
The United States and Japan made some progress on resolving a deadlock over tariffs on farm and industrial exports, which is dragging on a wider Pacific trade deal, a senior Japanese official said recently.
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Many states weigh GMO labels
The Pew Charitable Trusts
This year, at least half the states may consider requiring special labels on food that has been genetically modified to grow better.
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Demand grows for halal food as industry evolves
The Associated Press via The Daily Journal
The global industry for halal food and lifestyle products — ones that meet Islamic law standards of manufacture — is estimated to be worth hundreds of billions of dollars and is multiplying as Muslim populations grow.
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Mexico and the US: Progress on food safety partnerships
FDA Voice
The FDA's Michael Taylor, speaking about food safety efforts regarding Mexican produce entering the U.S., says food safety must go beyond government.
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Best-selling brands of 2013 delivered health benefits, convenience
CPGmatters
Some 190,000 new UPCs and 9,500 new CPG brand launches were placed on store shelves in 2013 to tempt picky consumers to toss them into their shopping carts. So which ones were the most successful?
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