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Fresh is best? Not always, nutritionists say
KVDR-TV
You may have heard that "fresh is best," but now there's new evidence that cheaper canned and frozen food can have hidden benefits.
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Momentum builds to keep fraudulent food off store shelves
Chemical & Engineering News
The alarm bells have been sounding for a long time, but only in the past few years have consumers, regulators and companies started to wrestle seriously with the problem of food fraud. Faced with mounting scandals, the food industry looks for ways to prevent the next one from happening.
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GMOs: A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down
Forbes
At a time when 59 percent of Americans (at a minimum) now turn to the Internet for nutritional advice, the top 10 GMO opposition groups maintain more than 1 million Twitter followers, 2 million Facebook likes and 80,000 YouTube subscribers. All of this is happening despite the fact that every crop we eat has been through millennia of human-induced genetic modification.
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Food prices on the rise as fuel prices decline
American Institute for Economic Research
Higher food prices in July were reflected in grocery bills. Food at home prices increased 0.3 percent, led by meats, poultry, fish and eggs.
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FDA fine-tunes reporting, recordkeeping related to food
Office of the Federal Register
In a proposal slated for Monday's edition of the Federal Register, the FDA is opening a public comment period for its Reportable Food Registry and recordkeeping requirements, which have been submitted to the OMB for review.
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Frequency of reported China food safety problems could be sign of progress
Forbes
High-profile reports of food safety problems at suppliers to McDonald's, KFC and Heinz in China this month might lead to you to think food safety conditions in the country are worsening. Yet an increase in the discovery of food safety threats may also be a sign that public health offices and organizations are making progress in detecting problems.
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The strange history of frozen food
Eater
Gregory Ng is a marketing agency creative director from North Carolina and the self-proclaimed "Frozen Food Master." He walks the frozen food aisle twice a week at every major supermarket chain. He gets two or three shipments of new frozen meal or snack options per week on dry ice. The options, he says, have grown as the industry has expanded.
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Balancing technology and process to maintain your cold chain
Fresh Fruit Portal
Maintaining a cold chain is a science, especially in today's global market. There are numerous factors that must be considered at all times to secure the integrity of the temperature-sensitive products being transported.
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Natural vs. organic: What's the difference, and do shoppers care?
Food Navigator-USA
How clean is your label, and who decides — plaintiff's attorneys or Whole Foods Market? Are "all-natural" claims still resonating with consumers or are other on-pack cues more important? And do shoppers understand the difference between natural and organic claims?
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