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University's software aims to help identify food safety issues sooner
The Omaha World Herald
Food safety regulations already mandate that companies in the food industry check daily for contaminants. But in the age of big data, merely logging the information on a spreadsheet isn't good enough, say a couple of University of Nebraska-Lincoln food safety scientists.
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Project facilitates communication on food risks and benefits
FoodRisC
After more than three years of research, an EU-funded project has released its findings and recommendations on the most effective ways to inform consumers about food issues ranging from safety risks to benefits.
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NPD Group analyzes snacking habits among youth
FoodNavigator-USA.com
American children aged 6-12 consume 4.1 snacks daily while teens aged 13 to 17 consume 3.8 snacks daily, according to new research from NPD Group.
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How business can help stop food waste
Environmental Leader
If the global food waste problem is to be tackled, food industry businesses need to raise awareness about the issue, improve communication in their supply chains and develop better food harvest, storage and transportation processes, according to a U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization report and its accompanying toolkit.
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Junk-free checkout campaign launched
FoodManufacture.co.uk
A new campaign is being launched today urging supermarkets to permanently remove unhealthy snacks from checkouts and queuing areas.
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Healthier food, by stealth
Chemical & Engineering News
Food manufacturers are responding to pressure to remake their products with less added sodium and sugar. But they are doing it quietly. In fact, the industry's name for the strategy is stealth reduction.
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Monsanto, DuPont pour millions into GMO fight
Politico
Big money is making a comeback in the GMO-labeling battle, but opponents argue that the food industry's dollars might not carry as much weight this time around.
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North American thin wall packaging industry defined the new market study
Packaging Europe
Thin Wall Packaging is a market with a still unclear definition in North America. AMI Consulting perceives Thin Wall Packaging from the perspective of the end-use market and packaging formats. The Thin Wall Packaging industry encompasses thermoformed and injection molded plastic tubs, pots, trays and cups.
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California's leafy greens producers want strong food safety laws
Food Safety News
Over the past several years, staff members from FDA have visited California to see and learn more about the California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement and how this program is protecting public health for at least one segment of the U.S. produce industry.

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Food plants of the future: Not bigger, just smarter
Food Processing
Survival replaced sustainability as a top-of-mind concern in recent years, leading some to think sustainability was a passing fad in the food industry. Think again.

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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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