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Can frozen food be better than fresh?
The Washington Post
If your fresh fruits and vegetables aren't local and lose some of their nutritional value on the long trip to your table, you may be better off with frozen, according to the folks at ASAP Science.
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Analyst: Functional foods resist recession, but failure rate still high
Food Navigator
Functional foods weathered the global economic recession better than most food categories despite a high product failure rate, according to BrandHive, a U.S.-based branding and market expert.
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Canada: Canned food and BPA pose no threat
Food Production Daily
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency reports 100 percent of canned food tested turned up safe for human consumption.
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10 things you need to know about the global food system
The Guardian
There is enough food for everyone on the planet to lead a healthy and nutritious life, but the global food supply is deeply inequitable, according to the author of "Empires of Food: Feast, Famine and the Rise and Fall of Civilizations."
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Can frozen food be better than fresh?
The Washington Post
If your fresh fruits and vegetables aren't local and lose some of their nutritional value on the long trip to your table, you may be better off with frozen, according to the folks at ASAP Science.

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Efforts to zap bacteria in food are slow to catch hold
The Washington Post
The nuclear energy that Frank Benso uses to kill bacteria in fruit and oysters has won widespread support from public health officials and scientists, who say it could turn the tide against the plague of foodborne illness. But it has barely caught on in the United States.

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California city delays vote on Sriracha sauce factory
Reuters
A Southern California city council put off voting recently on whether to declare a popular hot sauce maker's factory a public nuisance.

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Food brands need social media personalities; do you have one?
Food Navigator
Food companies need to develop online personalities to successfully connect with savvy consumers who expect a human connection, according to nutritionist and social media guru Jenny Westerkamp.
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California dispute over spicy sauce imperils bond payment
Bloomberg
A dispute over eye-watering odors between city officials in Irwindale, California, and a company that makes spicy sauce there may jeopardize bond payments if the food maker leaves, according to bond documents.
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New white paper available on allergen management
Food Navigator
The document provides an overview on current thinking within the food industry for how best to manage allergen risk in the supply chain. It discusses the key principles of allergen risk management and best practice allergen management guidelines.
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Tackling the next nexus: Food waste and energy
Triple Pundit
The food industry organization Food Waste Reduction Alliance has just released a new toolkit for improving the bottom line by reducing food waste and one major theme to emerge from those strategies is the nexus of food waste and energy.
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CDC: Frozen meals healthier than fast food
Counsel & Heal
After analyzing data from the 2003-2010 CDC program called "What We Eat In America" National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, researchers found that people who ate frozen meals consumed fewer calories and more vitamins and minerals compared to those who ate at fast food chains.
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