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New federal rules will make it easier for workers to unionize
The Boston Globe
New federal rules aimed at making it easier for workers to unionize take effect Tuesday, dramatically shortening the amount of time before workers can vote to join a union but angering employers, who say the rules give labor organizers an unfair advantage.
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The new cool: Magnetocaloric material to change the way we chill
Food Processing
Louisiana State University physicists have discovered a magnetocaloric material that could change how we create cool temperatures and could revolutionize the cooling industry, including food refrigeration and air conditioning.
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Local California processors adopt 'non-GMO' labeling to gain marketing edge
The Business Journal
In 2014, Mountain View Fruit Sales in Reedley, California, became the first stone fruit shipper in the country to be certified as "non-GMO." And in February, Terra Bella-based Setton Pistachio, the nation's second-largest pistachio processor, announced three of their products had also been officially verified as "non-GMO."
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New report sheds light on the food traceability market
WhaTech
The food traceability (tracking technologies) market is growing at a healthy rate, with increasing awareness about food safety among governments and consumers.
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Shifting demands: Where will the growth in healthy foods come from?
Food Navigator
With an ever-increasing consumer demand for healthier food products, many within the industry are asking where the growth in healthy foods will come from.
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Study to phase out fossil fuel-based packaging could go commercial in 2 years
Food Production Daily
A consortium of 18 companies from across Europe has been working on a project for two years to create food packaging materials based on polybutylene succinate, which may soon be commercialized.
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    California governor: Restricting farms' water 'not needed' yet (The Hill)
Expect the unexpected: Why food safety depends on staying one step ahead (Nestle via Food Processing)
USDA makes $19 million available for food safety research (Food Quality News)
World food prices hit lowest in nearly 5 years last month (Reuters)
Private eyes in the grocery aisles (The New York Times)

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