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New ways to heat up sales in frozen foods
Supermarket Guru
If retailers and brands shattered the mold of how frozen foods are presented today and began anew, consumers could find shopping more convenient, logical and satisfying. Minimize physical distractions to help shoppers focus on the desirable aspects of frozen foods.
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Michelle's meals turn off the kids
The Hill
More than 1 million kids confronted by healthier school lunches are turning up their noses, leaving the cafeteria and heading out to get a burger instead. The difficulty in getting students to eat lower-fat, lower-sodium meals is at the center of a food fight between House Republicans and first lady Michelle Obama that erupted this week.

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    FDA delays $150 million food safety rule
    The Hill
    The Food and Drug Administration is delaying an estimated $150 million food safety rule intended to prevent contamination during transit. The FDA announced the rule in February, but said Thursday it is extending the comment period through July 30 to give the industry more time to consider the proposed rule.
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    McConnell: GOP voters going for most-electable candidates
    The Wall Street Journal
    After years of missteps, Republicans are now picking the most-electable GOP candidates in their primaries, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said a day after winning his own primary election.

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    Obama has done 23 fundraisers so far this year
    The Washington Post
    On Thursday evening, President Barack Obama is scheduled to attend two fundraising events in Chicago, his 22nd and 23rd such events of the year. And they'll be on behalf of one of his favorite causes: Democratic Senate candidates.
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    Paul Ryan signals openness to 2016 run
    Politico
    Rep. Paul Ryan told a group of business elites and donors at a New York City fundraiser that he's asking friends and supporters "to keep their powder dry" as he mulls a 2016 presidential bid.
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    Criminal charges filed in food safety case against Iowa egg farm
    Reuters
    An Iowa-based egg producer and two of its executives are facing federal criminal charges in connection with a 2010 salmonella outbreak that led to the recall of more than a half-billion eggs in the United States, according to federal court documents filed Wednesday.
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    Ahold settles U.S. Foods customer lawsuit for $297 million
    Reuters
    The Dutch retailer Ahold on Wednesday agreed to pay $297 million to settle U.S. class-action litigation accusing its former U.S. Foodservice distribution unit of defrauding thousands of hospitals and restaurants through overcharges.
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    US chicken council targets renewable fuel standard
    World Poultry
    As the federal government is set to lower the Renewable Fuels Standard for this year, the National Chicken Council says the policy has resulted in more than $44 billion in higher feed costs to producers since 2007.
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    Opinion: Food poisoning case raises questions about food safety
    The Republican
    Industrial food processing represents a double-edged sword to consumers. Nearly every day, companies that process food list voluntary recalls of items, often for unlabeled allergens, but sometimes for more serious reasons.
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    Secret menu items at fast food restaurants
    KYW-TV
    Secret items not listed on fast food menu boards are all the buzz on social media with these so-called secret menus spreading on Facebook, Twitter and elsewhere.

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    Concerns rise over inks on microwaveable films
    Food Manufacture-UK
    The market for printed oven- and microwave-safe food-contact films is at risk from companies using inks that can indirectly form carcinogens in food at high temperatures.

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    Schools win delay on whole grains rule
    The Hill
    USDA announced Tuesday it would allow schools to obtain a two-year reprieve from new rules that require them to serve more whole grains in school lunch programs.

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    Protesting fast food workers arrested near McDonald's headquarters
    The Associated Press via The Denver Post
    Protesters were arrested after crossing a barricade outside McDonald's headquarters Wednesday, as hundreds demonstrated to call attention to the low pay earned by fast food workers.

    Related: McDonald's tells workers workers to stay home amid protest (Bloomberg TV)

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    40 percent of global food, drink launches in 2013 focused on health
    FoodBev.com
    Nearly 40 percent of the global launches recorded by Innova Market Insights in 2013 were positioned on a health platform of some kind.
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    Buen Sabor making consumers into 'freezer believers'
    Food Navigator-USA
    As the daughter of parents who owned one of the first certified organic farms in Maine, Sarah Pike grew up in a big family for whom the freezer was the preservation tool of choice for home-cooked food. Now she's on a mission to persuade consumers of the same thing.
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    Amy's Kitchen prepares to enter drive-through restaurant market
    The Press Democrat
    Organic vegetarian frozen food maker Amy's Kitchen, which will open its first restaurant later this year in Rohnert Park, California, is going toe-to-toe with fast food chains in an attempt to change the way people eat.
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    Tyson expands processing, cold storage in Tennessee
    The Chattanoogan
    Tyson Foods will invest $15.5 million to add four production lines and expand cold storage capabilities at its Tyson Fresh Meats facility in Goodlettsville, Tennessee, adding 157 workers.
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    Greencore aims to double US growth as profit soars
    Irish Independent
    Convenience food giant Greencore aims to double sales in the U.S. as it steps up plans to take a bigger bite of the market. Greencore already has made multimillion-dollar investments in the U.S. in a frozen food plant in Minneapolis and sites in Florida and Rhode Island, which will finally allow the food maker to break in to the sandwich market in New York.
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    Unilever sells Ragu and Bertolli brands to Mizkan for $2.15 billion
    Reuters
    Unilever has agreed to sell its Ragu and Bertolli pasta sauce brands to Japanese condiments maker Mizkan Group for $2.15 billion in cash, bringing it closer to wrapping up the restructuring of its North American food business.
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    China's Bright Food plans to buy Israel's largest food company
    Reuters
    China's Bright Food Group Co. said Thursday it has signed a preliminary agreement to buy 56 percent of Tnuva, Israel's largest food company, from private equity firm Apax and Partners.
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    Hostess names food industry vet as president and CEO
    CSP Daily News
    Hostess Brands LLC has announced that food industry veteran William Toler has been named president and CEO. Longtime Hostess executive Rich Seban, who most recently served as the company's president and COO, has been named vice chairman.
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    Leatherhead appoints new chief of business development, marketing
    PotatoPro
    Leatherhead Food Research has named Alice Cadman, a senior marketing executive at United Biscuits, as its new head of business development and marketing.
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    Sprouts beating Whole Foods in price war
    Bloomberg
    Sprouts Farmers Market Inc., one of Whole Foods Market Inc.'s fastest-growing competitors, is undercutting the prices of its larger rival by about 13 percent, according to analysis by Bloomberg Industries.
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    Misbranding leads to recall of 23,000 pounds of chicken products
    USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service
    Prime Pak Foods, based in Gainesville, Florida, is recalling 23,250 pounds of fully cooked, breaded chicken breast and chicken tender products after discovering the labels fail to declare the eggs, milk and wheat used in the breading.

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    10 ways to keep rising food costs in check
    The Huffington Post
    As the heat index rises, so will your grocery bill this summer. It's all thanks to Mother Nature, who has been doing a number on our food supply.
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