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FDA unveils rules to make imported food meet US standards
The Washington Post via Press-Telegram
The Obama administration released long-awaited proposals aimed at ensuring that the growing amount of imported foods, which now account for about 15 percent of the nation's food supply, meet U.S. safety standards.
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Global food safety compliance: Preparing for the rules ahead
The Wall Street Journal
The global food industry is facing a raft of new regulations, including more frequent inspections and possibly higher compliance costs, tied to the Food Safety Modernization Act. How will these new laws play out for the food industry?
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California Energy Commission hears latest on clean-diesel technology
Fleet Owner
The increasing market acceptance of advanced clean diesel technology heavy-duty trucks and passenger vehicles will play a major role in helping California achieve future fuel savings and climate objectives, according to new research presented by the Diesel Technology Forum to the California Energy Commission.
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Wireless technology for food safety monitoring
Food Safety Magazine
As a result of FSMA rules, increased importance is being placed on monitoring, record keeping, traceability and verification. Food businesses are being asked to take on more responsibility for understanding potential risks and developing science-based measures to control those risks before a problem occurs.
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On voters' plates: Genetically engineered crops
The Seattle Times
Get ready for a food fight. When Washington voters decide Initiative 522 this fall, they will do more than determine whether to label food that contains genetically engineered ingredients. They also will take sides in a national battle that has raged for two decades about the benefits and safety of manipulating the DNA of food — something many people view suspiciously but do not really understand.
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Fresh formats, e-commerce to grow fastest through 2017
Facts, Figures & the Future
By 2017, traditional grocery stores will lose another 1.6 percentage points of dollar-spend market share to 44.9 percent — down from 46.5 percent in 2012.
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Conveyor upgrades now focusing more on plant and food safety
Food Processing
Regardless of the product being made, conveyors move it through processing and packaging, and the conveyors used in food plants are being upgraded.
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FMCSA stops enforcing break requirement on short-haul drivers
Truckinginfo
Moving quickly to enforce a court decision on hours of service, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will no longer enforce the 30-minute break requirement for short-haul operations.
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Consumers settling into new normal
Convenience Store Decisions
The Great Recession officially ended in 2009, but budgeting is still on the menu for consumers — even though they have a sunnier outlook on the economy and their personal finances, according to a new IRI MarketPulse Survey.
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Millennials: Generation why?
By Julie Bernhard
If millennials haven't hit your office yet, they are on their way. Easily identified by their smartphone obsessions, tech savvy and attention deficit disorders, millennials are infiltrating recruiting offices and headed to a cube near you. Immediate instincts might be to take an early retirement, but remarkably this new group up-and-comers in Generation Y shouldn't have you wondering, "Generation why?" — they could be the next success story for your business. While it may seem like it's their world we live in, you can also use the following millennial traits to your advantage.
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Californian tomato crop damaged by pest
FreshPlaza
California tomato growers face significant losses from the beet curly top virus, which is reaching epidemic proportions this year, farm officials report.

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Scientists put cancer-fighting power back into frozen broccoli
ScienceBlog
There was bad news, then good news from University of Illinois broccoli researchers. In the first study, they learned that frozen broccoli lacks the ability to form sulforaphane. But a second study demonstrated how the food industry can act to restore the frozen vegetable's health benefits.

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In blow against Prop 65, California judge rejects demand for health warnings
Food Navigator-USA.com
A California superior court judge has rejected demands from an environmental advocacy group for health warnings on packaged fruit and vegetable products, 100 percent fruit juices and baby foods.

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