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Study: Antioxidant levels in frozen food can be higher than in fresh
FoodBev.com
Two independent scientific studies on compounds in fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables have indicated that frozen may have higher levels of some antioxidants than their fresh counterparts.
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California to raise minimum wage to $10 an hour by 2016
Reuters
California has become the first state in the nation to commit to raising the minimum wage to $10 per hour, with the increase to take place gradually through the start of 2016, under a bill Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law.
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Benchmarking food waste in manufacturing
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A new study from the Food Waste Reduction Alliance seeks to benchmark food waste in the U.S. manufacturing, retail and wholesale sectors based on primary data collected directly from companies. The results show that while the manufacturing sector created more waste, it is also able to divert a larger proportion of it from landfills than is the case in the retail and wholesale sectors.
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Scientists: Nanotech needs labeling to improve acceptance
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The labeling of nanotechnology in food and agriculture will help to increase the ethical and wider societal acceptance of the technology, argue researchers in a paper published in Trends in Food Science & Technology.
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Income, not 'food deserts' more to blame for US obesity
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In the U.S., obesity in "food deserts" is above average. However, it is not solely — or even primarily — access to grocery stores that appears to be the issue: Higher obesity rates are more likely to be linked to lower incomes.
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Study: Antioxidant levels in frozen food can be higher than in fresh
FoodBev.com
Two independent scientific studies on compounds in fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables have indicated that frozen may have higher levels of some antioxidants than their fresh counterparts.

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Michelle Obama plays referee in the food tug-of-war
The Washington Post
Michelle Obama used the pull of the White House to convene a meeting on food marketing to children, stepping directly into the tug-of-war between health advocates and manufacturers of processed food.

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Processing school combats industry 'brain drain'
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A specialized education center is training the next generation of food processing talent, helping manufacturers keep up evolving technology.

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Inventure moves into vegetables with purchase of Fresh Frozen Foods
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Arizona-based Inventure Foods Inc. is adding vegetables to its portfolio with its newly announced purchase of Georgia-based Fresh Frozen Foods LLC. Inventure will pay an initial $38 million, although the deal could see it lay out an extra $3 million based on its performance next year.
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School food: What's good vs. what's good for them
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As tasty as Napa, Calif., high schools' new menus may sound, there are relatively few student takers. Napa High has more than 1,800 students enrolled this year, but only 275 to 300 students eat lunch from the cafeteria each day. While nutrition standards have improved, students' attitudes toward cafeteria food remain largely unchanged.
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