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Executive order on immigration would ignite a political firestorm
The Washington Post
Reports are rampant that President Barack Obama will sign an executive order as soon as this week that will allow up to 5 million undocumented immigrants to avoid deportation. Signing such an order would have explosive political consequences.
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WTO sees global trade pact within 2 weeks
Reuters
The World Trade Organization said Friday there was a "high probability" that a major deal on streamlining global customs rules will be implemented within two weeks after India and the United States overcame a key impasse.
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Are you FSMA-ready?
Refrigerated & Frozen Food
At this year's Food Safety Preventive Controls Forum, hosted by the American Frozen Food Institute and the California League of Food Processors, participants were challenged to answer a question with sweeping implications for their food production facilities: Are you FSMA-ready?
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Increasing consumption of processed foods driving machinery market
PRWeb via Virtual-Strategy Magazine
The global market for food processing machinery and equipment is projected to reach $60.8 billion by 2020, driven by growing population, Westernization of lifestyles and food habits, and the subsequent rise in demand for and production of processed food varieties, according to a new report from GIA.
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Millennials drive food trends despite lag in spending
Supermarket News
Increasingly, millennials are becoming known for something very different than underperforming. Their influence is bursting out all across the industry, even revolutionizing food trends.
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Smartphone use among 5 key trends driving interest in healthy eating
Food Navigator-USA
Unprecedented access to information about foods through smartphones and social media is a driving factor in consumers' increasing interest in healthy eating, according to a leading food culture researcher.
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Consumers' taste, price sensitivity lead to fewer 'No HFCS' claims
Food Navigator-USA
Food manufacturers understand that "No HFCS" claims are not resonating with consumers, suggests data from Mintel and Nielsen.
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Gillibrand supports increased FSMA funding
Food Safety News
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., expressed her support Thursday for additional funding for implementing the Food Safety Modernization Act.
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Retail sales in US showed broad gains in October
Bloomberg
American consumers ate out and shopped for clothes in October, enjoying a windfall from cheaper gasoline and prompting a rebound in retail sales heading into the holiday-shopping season.
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