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Understanding how taste works could lead to better food
FoodNavigator.com
Our understanding of how we taste is evolving, and with it, the opportunities to create foods that are tastier — and healthier. New ingredients could help enhance desirable flavors and block undesirable ones.
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Are GMOs safe? Global independent science groups weigh in
Forbes
What have world's top independent science organizations concluded about the safety of GMOs? The Genetic Literacy Project has released an infographic on crop biotechnology safety.
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Organic foods: The safety question
Food Safety News
Are organic food products safer than nonorganic food products? Given the requirements set forth in the National Organic Program legislation, and based on what conventional wisdom says about pesticides and antibiotics, the logical assumption would be that organic food products are indeed safer and less risky than non-organic food products. But the evidence shows the differences are not as vast as logic and conventional wisdom might dictate.
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Transforming safety can leverage profits and prevent recalls
Food Quality News
Product recalls across all U.S. industries cost $20 billion every year, and food safety technology can be revolutionized to lower this figure and exploit existing investments, according to "Unlocking the Potential of Product Lifecycle Management," a paper from Wipro Council for Industry Research.
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Technology to make food last longer
ABC News
It's being described as one of the future global mega-shocks, whether we will have enough food to feed the world in years to come. "In the next 40 years, we are going to be eating as much food as we've eaten in the last 500 years," said Martin Cole, chief of the CSIRO's Animal, Food and Health Sciences division.
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Firmenich: Forget what's trending now, we're looking 3-5 years ahead for the flavor trends of the future
FoodNavigator.com USA
While any flavor house with sufficient resources can monitor what’s happening in stores, restaurants and bars to get a sense of emerging trends, this only tells you what's happening now, not what the future might taste like, says Firmenich senior marketing manager Linda Lakind.
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Turn up the heat: Millennials like flavors hot, spicy and sophisticated
FoodNavigator.com
Consumer demand for hotter, spicier foods has continued to increase on both sides of the Atlantic, says natural extracts specialist Kalsec, which has tied up with Mintel to develop "heat indexes" measuring usage of peppers in retail and foodservice.
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Linking the global food chain and $2.9 billion in food microbiology testing
PR-BG.com
The world's food chain is growing increasingly complex, with foodstuffs and finished food products of all types crossing borders at a rapid pace. At the same time, food microbiology testing around the world is increasing at an annual growth rate of 5.5 percent. On the surface, these two trends seem to be in concert. A closer look, however, reveals inconsistencies.
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Final rule on H-2B wage methodology delayed 'indefinitely'
Federal Register
The Department of Labor is delaying indefinitely the effective date of the Wage Methodology for the Temporary Non-agricultural Employment H-2B Program final rule (2011 Wage Rule), in order to comply with recurrent legislation that prohibits DOL from using any funds to implement it, and to permit time for consideration of public comments sought in conjunction with an interim final rule published April 24.
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Tame inflation in food prices continues — but for how long?
The Food Institute via Supermarket Guru
Marking the 15th consecutive month, food price advances versus the prior year at the wholesale level exceeded those at retail as July saw the gap between the two narrow only slightly. The data comes from the Bureau of Labor Statistics Producer and Consumer Price Reports issued each month.
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CARB opens up truck funding, loan assistance
Land Line
The California Air Resources Board is making financial incentives for emissions upgrades available to truck owners whose trucks travel among six of the state's local air districts. CARB recently announced an open application period for its Proposition 1B Goods Movement Emission Reduction Program.
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Nutritionist: Snap-frozen often better than fresh
3AW Radio
Frozen vegetables have emerged as the fastest growing grocery sector, popular with penny-pinchers wary of throwing out unwanted produce.

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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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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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