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To label or not to label? The GMO debate intensifies
American Frozen Food Institute
Should food and beverage products that contain ingredients derived from genetically modified organisms be labeled? That's the question increasingly on the minds of consumers, food producers, food retailers, lawmakers and voters.
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Food production: White House changes to FSMA, farm bill watch
Politico
Consumer advocates have noticed two edits they don't like as they work to digest hundreds of pages that show changes the White House Office of Management and Budget made to two key FSMA proposals.
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Opinion: FDA's proposed produce rules ignore microbial ecology
Food Safety News
An unnoticed side effect of the FDA's proposed produce rules will be the impact on the economics of large-scale animal production in the United States because they will be unable to dispose of their manures and litter off-site.
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New market research: 2013 Snack Food in US
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Reportbuyer.com's new market research report, "2013 Snack Food in the U.S.," by BMC Research explores trends in an area that often shares usage occasions as well as certain challenges with beverages: snack foods.
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Guilty plea to criminal charges has implications for entire food industry
High Plains Public Radio
It's rare for farmers to face criminal charges in the wake of a foodborne illness outbreak. Colorado State University food safety expert Mike Bartolo says news of the Jensen brothers' arrest sent ripples throughout the produce industry.
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To label or not to label? The GMO debate intensifies
American Frozen Food Institute
Should food and beverage products that contain ingredients derived from genetically modified organisms be labeled? That's the question increasingly on the minds of consumers, food producers, food retailers, lawmakers and voters.

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Group swears by sanitation of reusable produce containers
Food Production Daily
The leader of a packaging organization fires back at claims that reusable plastic containers used to transport produce are unsanitary.

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Lighter packaging: How much further can we go?
Food Production Daily
Minimizing packaging waste is a clear goal for Europen's members and all food processing firms, but shifting attitudes mean weight reduction is only the beginning.

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GMO labels scary or simple? Sides differ
The Olympian
Those for and against Initiative 522 in Washington are at odds over the size, shape, look and tone of possible GMO labels.
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How can the food industry address the ticking time bomb of Type 2 diabetes?
Food Navigator-USA
Given that 1 in 3 American adults is expected to develop Type 2 diabetes by 2050 and poor diet and lack of exercise may be largely to blame, what can food and beverage manufacturers do to tackle this epidemic?
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Study: Nutrition labeling requires nutrient level reference points
Food Navigator
Consumers may only benefit from nutritional labeling schemes that use reference point information at the nutrient level, warn researchers who find that only this information can have a "significant" impact on evaluations of healthfulness.
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