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Food labels proliferate in United States
The Western Producer
In nearly every grocery store, in cities and small towns, claims of sustainable, natural, fair trade, non-GMO and probiotic are plastered on everything from oranges to oregano.

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Colorado's 'Blue Book': GMO labeling will raise grocery prices
Food Safety News
This year's "Blue Book," the state-produced voter's guide written by Colorado's Legislative Research Council, will tell general election voters that requiring labeling of genetically engineered ingredients will raise food prices and cost consumers. It is a major setback for Proposition 105, which only last month was approved for the ballot after a last-minute paid signature-gathering.
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How to obtain an energy-efficient cold chain
Refrigerated & Frozen Foods
The cold storage business is undoubtedly a pricey one. In a cold chain logistics system that functions well, you can easily double the shelf life of fresh food. However, that often increases energy costs.
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E. coli strain linked to outbreaks sequenced
Food Quality News
The first complete genome sequencing of a strain of E. coli linked to foodborne outbreaks has been produced by researchers at the University of California, San Diego.
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'To-do list' on food safety grows longer for agencies
The Hill
The largest food safety overhaul in generations is being starved of funding needed to enforce a host of new regulations for factories, farms and importers, safety advocates warn.
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