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Big Food enters the fight over Colorado's GMO labeling ballot issue
iNews Network
Some of the nation's largest agriculture and food corporations, including such well-known names as Monsanto, Kraft Foods and PepsiCo., have lined up against Colorado's Proposition 105, which would required labeling of certain genetically modified foods, or GMOs.
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Competitive analysis of the online food industry
Search Engine Journal
The Internet has brought many changes to our lives, from the way we communicate to how we work and entertain ourselves. The Internet has even revolutionized one of the most essential practices of human beings: eating.
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Finding food allergens where they shouldn't be
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
"Undeclared allergens" are the leading cause of food recalls requested by the FDA. The agency is working on three fronts to reduce the number of such recalls: by researching the causes of these errors; working with industry on best practices; and developing new ways to test for the presence of allergens.
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Are recalls an effective element of food safety?
Food Safety News
Given that recalls are often not issued until after the damage has been done, the question has regularly been raised in the food industry as to whether or not recalls are an effective tool in food safety.
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Food industry watched tighter than before, says insurance agency
Food Quality News
The food industry is under more scrutiny than ever before, according to the founder of an insurance agency.
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FDA rules: What can consumers expect?
KULR-TV
Food safety specialists say the FDA is going through the largest overhaul of food safety regulations in 70 years. The changes are based on thousands of comments from farmers and consumers.
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Los Angeles City Council advances GMO ban
Breitbart News
Radical environmental activists convinced the Los Angeles city council to draft an ordinance banning the production or sale of genetically modified organisms within the city limits, less than two years after the voters of California rejected Proposition 37, which would have forced the labeling of GMO foods.
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3-part overview: History of food safety in the US
Michigan State University
Michigan State University has examined the history of food safety in the United States, offering an overview of the factors that have shaped policy and protocols.
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