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Frozen food market expected to reach $156.4 billion by 2020
ReleaseWire via Digital Journal
According to a new market report published by Persistence Market Research, the global frozen food market was valued at $122.1 billion in 2013 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.6 percent from 2014 to 2020, to reach an estimated value of $156.4 billion in 2020.
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Are you prepared for food terrorism?
Food Processing
While mass bio-attacks on our water or food supplies may seem to belong in the realm of science fiction, there exists a very real threat to global food manufacturers from deliberate attacks and food fraud either through substitution or adulteration.
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Wholesale prices in US increase for first time in 5 months
Bloomberg
Wholesale prices in the U.S. climbed in March for the first time in five months, reflecting higher costs for fuels and motor vehicles.
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Slow-to-evolve FDA regulations could hold back 3-D printing of food
Food Navigator-USA
Investing in 3-D printing could open new markets and generate huge cost savings for food manufacturers and retailers, but first companies must overcome potential regulatory and legal hurdles, many of which are not yet identified, warn food and drug lawyers with the firm Venable in Washington, D.C.
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US spending on restaurant meals overtakes grocery sales — for first time ever
Bloomberg
Grocery stores are finding it harder to make headway with shoppers as a surge in spending at restaurants over the past several months signals Americans are more likely to ditch the brown bags in favor of doggy bags.
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General: School lunches are national security issue
Reuters
What's on kids' school lunch trays can have an impact that reaches far beyond the cafeteria — even to the front lines where U.S. military men and women serve, says a retired general who served as deputy assistant secretary of defense for military personnel policy.
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The voice of reason: Hands-free in cold storage
Logistics & Materials Handling
Operating in cold storage environments requires technologies that offer workers the freedom of movement needed to complete their tasks efficiently in challenging situations. Voice picking technology is ideally suited to cold storage settings.
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Could these apps solve America's huge food waste problem?
Fortune
In the U.S., edible food is frequently thrown away. A host of new mobile apps have been designed to reduce food waste and hunger. Will they work?
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Genetically modified food becoming the next battleground in food wars
Consumer Affairs
The subject of food is packed with emotion these days. A growing number of consumers have strong feelings about what they eat, where it comes from and how it is raised.
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