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Be warned: Sugar is the next battleground
Food Manufacture-UK
The food industry should be warned: Sugar will be the next battleground after saturated fats. Some medical experts and lobbyists claim that high levels of sugar in processed food is a far more serious issue.
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Listeria showing disinfectant resistance
Food Quality News
Listeria is developing resistance to some compounds in disinfectants frequently used to kill it in dairies and food processing plants, according to research.
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European Union moves toward GM corn approval
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The European Union has moved toward approving a variety of genetically modified maize for cultivation, 12 years after a request was first filed.
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Some food companies ditch 'natural' label
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Now you see them, now you don't. Food products labeled as "natural" are starting to disappear. A growing number of food and drink companies are quietly removing "all natural" claims from packages amid lawsuits challenging the "naturalness" of everything.
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FDA moves to take trans fat out of food
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The Food and Drug Administration is beginning a process that will take artificial trans fat entirely out of the food supply, a move hailed as "lifesaving" by health experts.
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HACCP software: Get with the program
Food Engineering
From HACCP forms generation to automated track-and-trace systems, affordable software tools make FSMA compliance easier for small and medium-sized processors and can reduce the potential of recall.
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Be warned: Sugar is the next battleground
Food Manufacture-UK
The food industry should be warned: Sugar will be the next battleground after saturated fats. Some medical experts and lobbyists claim that high levels of sugar in processed food is a far more serious issue.

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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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Margin of error on food labels: 20 percent
MarketWatch
From frozen dinners to vitamins, the labels on our foods are sometimes incorrect. Advocates say sometimes lax government rules are partly to blame.
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Proactive maintenance management
Food Engineering
Predictive and preventive maintenance tools spot potential disturbances in critical production equipment before they turn into major headaches. Consequently, processors are moving from calendar-based checks and reports to condition monitoring of their assets in real time.
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How FSMA's new food import fees affect your company
Refrigerated & Frozen Foods
Now that the federal government's doors are open again, it's critical that frozen food processors focus on major new food safety rules that are coming down the pipeline.
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