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Will new food labels change what we eat?
Bloomberg
Bloomberg White House correspondent Julianna Goldman reports on the changes proposed for food labels by the FDA.

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  • Calories, sugar, portions take center stage on new food labels (USA Today)

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    Food industry under siege
    Politico Pro
    First lady Michelle Obama's move to limit junk food marketing in schools and revamp nutrition labels is just the latest salvo in an intensifying battle royale with the food industry.
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    Federal audit calls new school lunch rules a failure
    The Washington Times
    The federal government's changes to school lunch menus have been disastrous, causing problems for cafeterias trying to comply with the rules and leaving the menu so expensive or unpalatable that more than 1 million students have stopped buying lunch, according to a GAO audit released Thursday.
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    Michelle Obama flexes policy muscle
    Politico
    First lady Michelle Obama has shown this week she's got the muscle to make big things happen.
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    Obama readies 2014 pitch
    The Hill
    President Barack Obama will argue that the 2014 midterm elections represent a clear choice between "opportunity for all" versus "opportunity for few" in his speech to the Democratic National Committee's winter meeting Friday afternoon.

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    Democrats embrace super PACs, but some fear lack of focus on midterm elections
    The Washington Post
    As Democratic officials rely more than ever on the big-money super PACs they once scorned, party strategists and donors are caught in sharp disagreements over how to use the newly influential independent organizations.
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    Poultry workers, industry take fight to Capitol Hill over processing speed
    The Washington Post
    Poultry workers, chicken industry lobbyists and food safety advocates have been converging on Capitol Hill in recent weeks with dueling efforts to either boost or kill a proposal to overhaul the way the $60 billion-a-year poultry industry operates processing plants. The latest push came Thursday.
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    EU-US trade talks face growing hostility, ministers warn
    Reuters
    Free-trade talks between the United States and the European Union are in danger of being derailed by populist groups opposing everything from globalization to multinationals, EU ministers and business leaders said Friday.
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    World Bank: Rampant food waste a barrier to cutting poverty
    Reuters
    The world loses or wastes a staggering 25 percent to 33 percent of the food it produces for consumption, losses that can mean the difference between an adequate diet and malnutrition in many countries, the World Bank said in a report released Thursday.
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    US expands healthy food assistance to women, infants and children
    Reuters
    Some 9 million poor women and young children who receive federal food assistance under the U.S. government's so-called WIC program will have greater access to fruits, vegetables and whole grains under an overhaul of the program unveiled Friday.
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    Economists: Minimum wage increase in US would promote spending
    Bloomberg
    As the debate rages on whether an increase in the U.S. minimum wage will boost or hinder hiring, one aspect is more unambiguous. It would almost surely lift consumer spending.
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    8 tips for employers when OSHA comes calling
    Law360 (subscription required)
    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration does not have to warn employers before it comes to conduct on-site inspections, and with the agency cracking down, attorneys say businesses need to make sure they are ready when an inspector arrives.
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    New AFFI videos focus on frozen success
    AFFI
    "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" is the theme for AFFI-CON 2014, a spirit that shines through in exciting new videos from AFFI and the Frozen Food Foundation that premiered Tuesday.

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    Store brands: the (now) welcome option
    The Washington Post
    The shopping public today increasingly rates store brands as superior or equal to the products with millions of advertising dollars behind them. Retailers are responding.

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    FLOTUS goes big on food label changes
    Politico
    As sweeping changes in food labeling enter a 90-day comment period, Americans are in for a reality check about how many calories and how much sugar they are consuming.

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    Food recalls up by half: 134 alerts issued during Q4
    Food Product Design
    More than 10.6 million units of recalled food represent a 52 percent increase in food recalls from the third quarter to the fourth quarter in 2013, according to Stericycle's ExpertRecall Index.

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    Global Food Safety Conference: Solid science trumps food fear
    Food Production Daily
    An Oklahoma State University professor claims the food industry is safer and more efficient than ever, despite the claims of some protesters and activists.

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    Drought driving up food prices
    The Associated Press via The Washington Post
    Dry weather is forcing vendors in western states to pass on the cost of produce and beef to consumers.
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    Canadian food industry attorneys: We predict a shake-up
    Lexology
    Canada's food recall and safety systems are overdue for reform, argue two food industry attorneys who say it's time for the industry to get to the forefront of the discussions.
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    McDonald's to expand 'build your own burger' test this year
    The Associated Press via Daily Reporter
    The world's biggest hamburger chain began testing the waters of personalized orders last year with a "build-your-own burger" concept at a location in California. This year, the company plans to expand what it calls a "huge driver."
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    PepsiCo board again rejects Peltz's call to split business
    The Wall Street Journal (subscriber story)
    PepsiCo said its board and management again have rejected a proposal from activist shareholder Nelson Peltz to split up the company.

    Related: Text of PepsiCo board's response letter (Benzinga)

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    Tyson expects 23 percent EPS growth in 2014
    Meat & Poultry
    During a presentation to investors at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Agriculture Conference Thursday, executives from Tyson Foods Inc. provided a glimpse of the company's expected performance, both domestically and internationally, in the 2014 fiscal year.
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    Quiznos preparing to file for bankruptcy protection
    The Denver Post
    Denver-based Quiznos is headed for its second major financial restructuring in two years as the sub-sandwich chain struggles with debt and an epidemic of store closures.
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    Big cut in fourth-quarter GDP growth looms
    Reuters
    The U.S. government is set to slash its estimate of fourth-quarter growth as exports and restocking by businesses were less robust than previously thought, leaving the economy on a more familiar path of modest expansion.
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    Whole Foods exemplifies use of social media
    The Lempert Report via Supermarket News
    Phil Lempert explains how Whole Foods is getting it right when it comes to using social media to engage shoppers.
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    UK: Are we falling back in love with frozen food?
    The Guardian
    Sales of frozen food in the U.K. have increased and more upmarket options have become available, but suspicion remains in the wake of food fraud scandals.
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    How nutritious are gluten-free foods?
    Food Navigator
    One of the main drivers of the gluten-free market is a desire for healthier diets and better nutrition — as opposed to medical need — but how healthy is the nutritional profile of typical gluten-free foods?
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    Kellogg is named 'Top Company for Executive Women'
    FoodBev.com
    Kellogg Co. has been named a "Top Company for Executive Women" by the National Association of Female Executives.
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