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Holiday Observance

In observance of the Fourth of July holiday, Frozen Express will take a brief hiatus. Regular publication will resume Monday, July 8.



Schools struggling to meet lunch rules
Washington Guardian
Schools are having a difficult time meeting new federal requirements for leaner student lunches championed by first lady Michelle Obama and in some cases are adding less healthy foods to meet calorie limits, investigators have found.

Related: USDA to include cranberries in school lunch programs (USAgNet)

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Employer health insurance mandate delayed by 1 year
The New York Times
In a significant setback for President Barack Obama's signature domestic initiative, the administration has abruptly announced a one-year delay, until 2015, in his healthcare law's mandate that larger employers provide coverage for their workers or pay penalties. The decision postpones the effective date beyond next year's midterm elections.

Related: 6 questions about the Obamacare mandate (Politico)

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Key summit set in genetically modified food label fight
The Hill
Major players in the food industry have scheduled a crucial meeting for next week that could become a turning point in the regulatory battle over genetically modified foods.

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  • Illinois senate subcommittee hears testimony on GMO labeling (Prairie Advocate)
  • Oregon's debate over GMO food labeling initiative heats up (KPLU)

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    Obama hands off push on immigration
    The Hill
    President Barack Obama has no plans to launch an aggressive public push to pressure House Republicans to move on immigration reform, even though a win on the issue is seen as critical to the success of his second term.

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  • A pro-growth reform (The Wall Street Journal)

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    How Obama's job approval isn't influenced by likability
    The Washington Post
    So how does the public go about deciding whether they approve of the job President Barack Obama is doing? Here's a hint: It's not about whether or not they think he is likable.
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    Senate Conservatives Fund vs. Mitch McConnell
    The Washington Post
    Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has done everything he can to court the tea party in the run-up to his 2014 re-election campaign. But for one leading tea party-aligned group, it's still not enough.

    Related: When did Alison Lundergan Grimes decide to run? (Politico)

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    Farm bill defeat shows agriculture's waning power
    The New York Times
    The startling failure of the farm bill last month reflects the declining clout of the farm lobby and the once-powerful committees that have jurisdiction over agriculture policy, economists and political scientists said this week.

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    Supreme Court agrees to hear NLRB recess appointments case
    Reuters
    The Supreme Court last week agreed to hear a case involving the National Labor Relations Board that raises fundamental questions about the authority of the U.S. president to make appointments without Senate approval. The case will be heard during the court's next term in October.
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    Japan may remove tariffs from pork, beef as TPP consideration
    Bloomberg
    Japan, the world's largest pork importer and Asia's biggest buyer of beef, may agree to remove duties on meat after joining U.S.-led trade talks this month, a former adviser to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said.
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    Frozen food pioneers celebrated at UK awards
    Food Manufacture-UK
    Daregal Gourmet and Delice de France were the big winners at the British Frozen Food Federation's recent awards, as the frozen sector enjoys growth.

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    What's the price tag for your July 4 picnic?
    Bloomberg
    Traditional food for July 4 — hot dogs, hamburgers and potato salad — will cost less than $6 a person, the American Farm Bureau Federation says.

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    NRF: Kroger is No. 2 retailer in US
    Cincinnati.com
    For the second year in a row, the National Retail Federation lists Kroger as the No. 2 retailer in the nation, reporting more than $92 billion in sales.

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    Why healthy eaters fall for fries
    The New York Times
    Such is the puzzle of the food industry: American consumers, even otherwise healthy ones, keep choosing caloric indulgences rather than healthy foods at fast food restaurants.
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    Exports down, trade deficit up 12 percent
    The Associated Press via USA Today
    As U.S. consumers break all-time records for buying imported autos and other nonpetroleum products, the country's trade deficit worsened to $45 billion in May — the biggest gap since November, according to a Commerce Department report released Wednesday.
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    Trademark ruling will keep Cracker Barrel out of grocery stores — for now
    The Tennessean
    Agreeing with Kraft Foods' trademark infringement claim, a federal judge temporarily blocked Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Inc. from selling packaged meats and other food products in grocery stores, potentially derailing the restaurant chain's brand-expansion plans.
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    State-of-the-art cold storage warehouse attracting interest in Florida
    Bradenton Herald
    At least two companies — Nordic Cold Storage and Logistec Corp. — have expressed an interest in a partnership to build a new, state-of-the-art cold storage warehouse at Port Manatee, Fla., a port official said Monday.
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    Seafood freezer, storage facility proposed in Maine
    Fenceviewer
    Central Maine Cold Storage wants to expand into Bucksport by constructing a 15,000-square-foot blast freezer and storage unit.
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    Nebraska development board rejects new processing plant plans
    Meatingplace
    The Twin Cities Development Board has rejected a proposed beef processing plant that has raised controversy in recent months over a prospective workforce that may include Korean-Americans from outside of the community.
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    Food expansion at Starbucks, 7-Eleven lift Greencore
    Bloomberg
    Greencore Group Plc, the world's largest sandwich maker, is boosting sales with Starbucks Corp. in the U.S. even as prospects have improved in the U.K., Chief Executive Officer Patrick Coveney said.
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    GreenLite set for US gluten-free brand launch
    Food Navigator-USA
    Israeli gluten-free specialists GreenLite are set to launch new branded bread products in the U.S. market next month, with a European roll out on the horizon as well.
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    3 practical tips for documenting essential job responsibilities
    Deborah Wipf
    Ahhh, summer: Time to head to the beach or nearest pool, fire up the grill and enjoy some time away from the office. But wait — what happens to your work responsibilities when you go on vacation?
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