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GMOs: Connecticut will label, New York will not — and Ben & Jerry's will avoid
MediaPost
The winds on the genetically modified organism front are blowing every which way but static, as seed and pesticide producers and most food marketers and retailers in the U.S. — but not all — stamp at brush fires in every direction.
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Genetically modified foods: Why all the fuss?
Food Safety Magazine
According to the U.N.'s Food and Agriculture Organization, the global percentage of the undernourished fell from 33 percent in 1969 to 16 percent in 2010 — while the population boomed. Genetically modified crops play an increasingly important role in this trend.
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Processing aids used to deliver food safety
Food Safety News
In reviewing the list of processing aids that might be used to eliminate E. coli before it can reach consumers, it's clear there are some choices that would be wiser for producers than others, says James Marsden, distinguished regents professor of food science at Kansas State University.
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What FSMA really tells us about the focus of food safety
Food Safety Magazine
The FSMA strategy recognizes the food industry has the primary responsibility and capacity to produce safe food, but it calls for a new definition of public and private roles on food safety and a new framework for regulatory oversight, integration of government food safety efforts and public-private collaboration.
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Who will decide what's in the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans?
Food Navigator-USA
The identity of the 15 experts who will frame the 2015 dietary guidelines for Americans has been announced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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US food manufacturers push for end to sugar-to-ethanol program
Reuters
Food manufacturers and big sugar buyers said they believe a proposed U.S. sugar-to-ethanol program will cost twice as much as a government estimate and urged Congress to repeal it as part of broader changes in sugar policy.
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Go Veggie: 'Food allergies are now becoming part of the mainstream'
Food Navigator-USA
Not so long ago, cheese alternatives were pretty grim. Today, they are tasty, affordable and — like almond milk or gluten-free health bars — designed to appeal to a far broader demographic, says Go Veggie marketing director Jamie Schapiro.
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Meatless Mondays may be on school menu
The San Diego Union-Tribune
The San Diego school board will consider a proposal to adopt "Meatless Mondays" at all elementary and K-8 school cafeterias starting in the fall.
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Processing aids used to deliver food safety
Food Safety News
In reviewing the list of processing aids that might be used to eliminate E. coli before it can reach consumers, it's clear there are some choices that would be wiser for producers than others, says James Marsden, distinguished regents professor of food science at Kansas State University.

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Debunking 'the big lie' about genetically engineered crops
Forbes
In spite of two decades of stunning scientific, humanitarian and financial successes and an admirable record of health and environmental safety, the application of genetic engineering to agriculture is still beleaguered by activists.

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Biotechnology Industry Organization: It's not too late to change the conversation on GMOs
FoodNavigator-USA.com
When it comes to winning hearts and minds about the merits of genetically engineered ingredients — and whether to alert consumers to their presence on food labels — it's fair to say that the biotech industry has not done a great job.

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Study: Honeybee food may contribute to colony collapse
Reuters
Beekeepers' use of corn syrup and other honey substitutes as bee feed may be contributing to colony collapse by depriving the insects of compounds that strengthen their immune systems, according to a recent study.
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Understanding the 'other' clauses of ISO 22000
Food Safety Magazine
The ISO 22000 standard "Food Safety Management Systems — Requirements for Any Organization in the Food Chain" is just what the title says it is: a food safety management system with emphasis on the words "management" and "system."
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Consumer spending falls, inflation subdued
Reuters
Consumer spending fell in April for the first time in almost a year and inflation pressures were subdued, pointing to a slowdown in economic activity that should see the Federal Reserve maintaining its monetary stimulus for a while.
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