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Aseptic filling with fruit pieces and pulp 'excites' Coca-Cola Hellenic
BeverageDaily.com
A top Coca-Cola Hellenic executive tells BeverageDaily.com that the most exciting recent development in aseptic technology is the ability to fill nonalcoholic beverages aseptically with fruit pieces and pulp.
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Combat soldiers benefit from fruit, vegetable-infused rations
Southeast Farm Press via Fresh Plaza
North Carolina State University has gained support from the U.S. Army to create functional food ingredients from fruits and vegetables that will be used to develop healthier, more portable combat rations for soldiers.
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Where do your products sit in the clean label hierarchy?
FoodNavigator-USA.com
If it sounds like a "chemical" or isn't in the kitchen cupboard, shoppers may regard it with suspicion. But which ingredients are "acceptable" to today's consumers, which are to be avoided and who decides?
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Food processors beginning to catch on to benefits of automation
Financial Post via Calgary Herald
The concept of a mechanized assembly line has come a long way since being introduced by Eli Whitney in the late 18th century. Today, most assembly lines involve precision tools, computerized machinery and analytics technology — all of which serve to simplify processes, prevent error and augment quality standards.
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Amazon to make major push into grocery business
Supply Chain Digest
As Amazon.com continues to grow at impressive rates, leading the overall rapid rise in e-commerce spending and putting fear into many brick and mortar retailers, news that the online behemoth has plans to roll out a grocery offering as well.
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Processing aids: What's not on the label, and why?
Food Safety News
What parts of food production get labeled and which don't — and why not? There's an entire category of substances used in food production that don't ever make their way onto the label for a number of reasons.
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Time to do something about food waste
U.S. Department of Agriculture
In advance of World Environment Day, USDA and the EPA launched the U.S. Food Waste Challenge. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and EPA Acting Administrator Bob Perciasepe announced their agencies' commitments to reduce, recover and recycle food waste — and called on others to join in the effort.
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IFIC Food & Health survey 2013: What consumers really think
FoodNavigator-USA.com
While polls suggest most Americans are in favor of labeling genetically modified organisms, the percentage that spontaneously mention GMOs when asked an unaided question about what additional information they would like to see on food labels is just 3 percent, according to a new survey.
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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.

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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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Americans scoop up specialty foods
Facts, Figures & the Future
Three straight years of dollar sales growth — and a doubling of the growth rate in 2012 — suggest a deepening emotional dependence on specialty foods and beverages to feel a little better each day, a new report says.

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'Healthy halo': Fat labels more powerful among consumers than calories
Appetite via FoodNavigator-USA.com
When it comes to judging the health value of foods, a low-fat label may be more powerful than caloric information, according to new research.
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FAO: Cheap food is a bygone era
Bloomberg
Agricultural prices will climb in the next decade on a combination of higher energy costs, falling productivity growth and rising demand, the OECD and the U.N.'s Food & Agriculture Organization forecast.
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Ominous signs of progress for immigration bill
The Washington Post
Recently, the immigration reform effort has gotten two key GOP shows of support from Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., and the outside group Crossroads GPS. But even as it appears on the surface that the bill is inching toward passage as the Senate takes it up, the support of Ayotte and Crossroads actually demonstrate what a tough path the bill faces.
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Teamsters again challenging Mexican truck program
Truckinginfo
The Teamsters Union, along with the Sierra Club, asked for a rehearing on their challenge to the U.S. Department of Transportation's long-haul cross-border trucking program.
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