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What key trends will be driving the food and drink industry in 2014?
Beverage Daily
Market research firm RTS Resource says natural highs, one-step convenience, foraged ingredients, flavorful benefits and next-generation proteins are the five key food and drink trends to watch in the future.
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The adulteration of food
The Food Journal
While the FDA is working to regulate the misbranding of food, it comes down to manpower versus the sheer volume of products and food its inspectors confront.
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US producer prices fall unexpectedly fall in September
Reuters
U.S. producer prices unexpectedly fell in September and the increase in the annual rate was the smallest in nearly four years, pointing to a benign inflation environment.
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5 healthiest frozen fruits and vegetables
Oye! Times
Stop being a food snob. If your favorite fruits are out of season or prices are just too darn high, don't worry. Say hello to the frozen food section.
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Food plants of the future: Not bigger, just smarter
Food Processing
The next generation of food and beverage production facilities will be sanitary, flexible, more pleasant to work in and self-sustaining.
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Study: Improve safety compliance by up to 26 percent
PRWeb via Virtual-Strategy Magazine
Alchemy Systems has released a new study on improving food safety and productivity. Researchers determined that supervisor-driven observations, coupled with effective training, can improve safety compliance by up to 26 percent.
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What key trends will be driving the food and drink industry in 2014?
Beverage Daily
Market research firm RTS Resource says natural highs, one-step convenience, foraged ingredients, flavorful benefits and next-generation proteins are the five key food and drink trends to watch in the future.

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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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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 label vote may have consequences in Congress
The Seattle Times
If Washington voters ratify Initiative 522, the biggest changes may go beyond the state's grocery shelves. Reverberations also may reach Washington, D.C.
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Packaged Facts: Future of natural food additives in colors, fat replacers
Food Navigator-USA
As U.S. consumers have fallen out of love with artificial additives and long, unpronounceable ingredient lists, the food additive industry is undergoing a considerable shift, according to a study by Packaged Facts.
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Survey: Consumers want to avoid pesticides but unsure of label certification
Food Navigator-USA
Whether a food product contains genetically modified organisms and whether the disclosure of that information should be mandatory on the label has dominated public discourse recently. But that focus may have obscured a more basic concern about whether that food contains residues of pesticides used in its production.
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San Francisco joins sugary drinks fray with tax proposal
Reuters
San Francisco may become the latest U.S. city to try to curb the consumption of sugary drinks with a proposed ballot measure to impose a tax on beverages seen as a culprit in rising rates of childhood obesity and diabetes.
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