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FSA revises E. coli cross contamination guidance
Food Quality News
Guidance for controlling E. coli O157 cross contamination has been revised because of research into the effectiveness of disinfecting equipment.
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Retailers swallow online food cost to lock in shoppers
Reuters
Big retailers are taking a calculated hit to margins to invest in online grocery operations, in the hope they can persuade consumers to add more profitable items like clothes and computers to their orders of fruit and vegetables.
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Best-of-breed supply chain solutions
Refrigerated & Frozen Foods
Whether it's managing one location or 100 facilities, today's refrigerated and frozen food processors require the best of the best in order to effectively manage their supply chains. That's why today's software providers offer best-of-breed supply chain solutions.
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China's food safety issues worse than you thought
Food Safety News
National food policy activist Nancy Huehnergarth shares insight on China's food safety, gleaned from ongoing correspondence with "Susan," who lives in China and offered firsthand knowledge of food safety practices that should lead to serious concern.
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IBM creates system to speed up outbreak investigations
Food Quality News
A system that combines retail data with public health case reports could speed up outbreak investigations and provide better information on suspected products, according to IBM.
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Pasteurization without the heat
Food Processing
Cold pasteurization may be a regulatory non-starter, but kinder, gentler treatments are being commercialized, providing processors alternatives to conventional thermal treatments.
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UN: World food inflation slows as farm prices set to stabilize
Reuters
The outlook for world food inflation looks lower and more stable as agricultural commodity prices settle over the next decade following years of volatility, the U.N.'s Food and Agriculture Organization and the OECD said.
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Inventure launches 'fortified' frozen fruit
just-food
Inventure Foods has claimed it is advancing the frozen fruit category in the U.S. with products including five extra vitamins.
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5 tips for international brands expanding to Canada
Just Eat Canada via The Globe and Mail
Just Eat Canada's Todd Masse writes, "When it comes to our big, beautiful country, a one-size-fits-all approach to introducing an international brand just doesn't work. There are several extremely important factors to consider when entering new terrain."
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