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How to reduce your audit costs
Food Magazine
Time is money, and while audits are part and parcel of being a food manufacturer, you should be striving to make them as efficient and cost effective as possible, writes Martin Stone.
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Global food trade may not meet future demands, warn researchers
Reuters
Modelling of global food trade networks has suggested that population growth coupled with changes to growing conditions from climate change could mean that global trade networks will not be able to meet future demands, say researchers.
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California to mandate paid sick leave under new law
Reuters
California businesses will have to provide paid sick leave to most employees under a bill signed by Democrat Gov. Jerry Brown, the latest move to aid low-income workers in the most populous U.S. state.
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World food prices approach 4-year low in August
Reuters
World food prices in August hit their lowest since September 2010 as prices of all major food groups except meat fell, led by a sharp decline in dairy prices, the U.N.'s food agency said.
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Food sector to contribute heavily to rise of industrial jobs
Industrial Info via Marketwired
A variety of industries are going to be hiring as 2014 winds down. Research shows more than 26,000 new jobs will be created in the fourth quarter, with industrial manufacturing, pharma/biotech and food and beverage leading the push.
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FDA's Taylor: Don't expect extended comment periods on FSMA rules
Food Safety News
FDA deputy commissioner Michael Taylor told an audience not to expect comment period extensions for the reproposed rules regarding the Food Safety Modernization Act, which he says are "very close" to being released.
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Product-specific cleanrooms: Moving away from large cleanrooms
Food Processing
Once, when the catchword "cleanroom" came up, most people thought of the large halls in microchip factories. However, now production under cleanroom conditions is increasingly finding its way into the food industry.
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CDC focuses on reducing sodium in children's diets
CDC Vital Signs
The pressure is on to keep blood pressure down. CDC researchers estimate 90 percent of U.S. children eat too much sodium daily, with almost half of that intake found in 10 common foods.
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Changing food landscape: 'I need a passport, food doesn't'
Food Quality News
The landscape of food safety is changing with shifting consumer diets, enhanced legislation, globalization and increased public awareness, according to 3M.
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