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FDA looks into fortified snacks
Politico
The FDA has submitted to the White House's Office of Management and Budget the required paperwork to launch a study into whether artificially adding vitamins to snack foods and carbonated drinks causes consumers to believe that substituting them for more nutritious foods ensures a healthier diet.
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Using the proposed imported food safety rules as a risk management tool
Food Safety Magazine
Imported food suppliers should recognize the ultimate benefit of the FDA's proposed regulations as a potential risk management tool that will mitigate the potential for the significant liability that can result from the importation of hazardous food products.
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FoodGenius brings big data to food industry
Business Insider
As the business world increasingly relies on big data to influence everything from major strategic moves to revamping hiring practices, the food industry, one of the country's biggest and most vital employers, is way behind the curve.
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Who will pick our produce?
Supermarket Guru
Take a drive up the 101 Freeway North in California, and you'll notice something striking. Fields once filled with migrant workers are somewhat empty, and a lot of produce that relies on these workers for harvest is on the verge of rot.
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Producers strive to build a better oil
FoodProductionDaily.com
Consumers and processors demand ever-higher quality from edible oils, and producers are working hard to make them happy.
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Keeping foodborne illnesses at bay
The New York Times
Each year, 1 in 6 Americans becomes sick from eating contaminated food. But while outbreaks of foodborne illness linked to processing plants or imported products capture the public's attention and raise fears about the safety of the food supply, as many as 70 percent of food poisoning cases originate in the kitchen.
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Michael Taylor: States have important role in food safety partnerships
FDA Voice
"We have known for some time how important the state role will be in implementing the provisions of the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, and that was very apparent during our conversations in New Hampshire on Aug. 20," writes FDA Deputy Commissioner Michael Taylor.
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2 California counties closer to transportation tax increases
Land Line
A bill on its way to the governor would help clear the path for two California counties to increase sales taxes for transportation. The Senate voted 25-12 to send a bill to Gov. Jerry Brown that would authorize Alameda and Contra Costa counties to put transportation measures on their ballots to boost funding for local infrastructure. Assembly lawmakers already approved it with a 46-23 vote.
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Cheating the taste buds: The flavor challenge of salt, sugar, fat reduction
Food Navigator
Sugar, salt and fat reduction have topped the research agenda for most large food companies for years — but when it comes to replicating the flavor of these crucial ingredients, it's still early days.
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Private label will wane as economy improves
Food Processing
Economists draw on a wide range of consumer-confidence ratings and economic indicators for trends forecasting. Another metric they might consider is sales of private-label foods.

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Study points to packaging as a solution to food waste in supply chain
Pack World
A study done in Australia uncovers where and why food waste occurs within the supply chain and suggests packaging technologies that may help reduce this waste.

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Are foods labeled 'natural' misleading consumers?
Epoch Times
In the never-ending quest to woo the health conscious consumer, food manufacturers are serving up "natural" versions of favorite products. But several lawsuits accuse companies of making an empty promise.

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Top packaged food trends in the Americas
FoodProductionDaily.com
A Euromonitor slideshow profiles notable packaged food trends in 15 countries throughout North and South America.
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Energy worries growing in transportation
Fleet Owner
A broad survey of transportation executives in the aerospace, aviation, trucking, maritime and railroad industries finds that concerns over energy availability, cost and regulatory burdens are rapidly increasing, with their fears fueling changes in corporate strategy — especially in terms of supply chain management.
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Top 10 changing consumer habits
FoodProductionDaily.com
Food manufacturers and retailers need to be aware of the shift in today's food culture, which is impacting consumers' expectations for grocery products and packaging, according to Greener Package.
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