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American tastes branch out, and food makers follow
The New York Times
As the buying power of Latino and Asian consumers expands, fruit flavors, hotter spices, different textures and grains and even packaging innovations are becoming essential for big food manufacturers trying to appeal to diverse appetites, according to company executives.
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CSPI: Food safety not among GMO worries
Food Navigator-USA
CSPI's Gregory Jaffe, director of biotechnology, says GMOs have not been proven to pose any health risk, so GMO labeling in food should not be mandated.
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Packaging expert addresses innovative food packing trends
WDM Group PR Network via Manufacturing Digital
Steven Robert Herlehy has spent a good portion of his career working in the flexible packaging industry, and some of the most surprising innovations he's seen have occurred in the food packaging sector.
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New study will help industry design foods and marketing to match emotions
Food Navigator
A better understanding of the way in which emotions influence consumer behaviors could help industry create new products that fit new market niches and assist in overhauling marketing and communication that is ineffective, say researchers.
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LED fixtures brighten food processing environments
Food Production Daily
Hubbell Lighting has launched Kemlux III LED lights, fixtures designed for use in food processing plants and other rugged environments.

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Creating a Culture of Food Safety
Food Safety
"We have to change our culture." It's been muttered by every frustrated leader, in every company, in every sector of the business world. But what most of them mean is, "We have to change the way we do things around here."

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Food companies need to watch their waste
Food Production Daily
A study conducted by a group of food industry associations shows that food manufacturers, retailers and foodservice operations have numerous opportunities to cut waste.

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Schools struggling to meet lunch rules
Washington Guardian
Schools are having a difficult time meeting new federal requirements for leaner student lunches championed by first lady Michelle Obama and in some cases are adding less healthy foods to meet calorie limits, investigators have found.
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