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Frozen Food Foundation recognizes academic excellence
American Frozen Food Institute
The Frozen Food Foundation — in conjunction with the International Association for Food Protection — last week honored Dr. Juming Tang of Washington State University as the 2014 Frozen Food Foundation Freezing Research Award winner.

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    China halts some US pork imports over feed additive use
    Reuters
    China has barred pork imports from six U.S processing plants and six cold storage facilities, effective Wednesday, to enforce its ban on the use of a feed additive that promotes lean muscle growth, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Tuesday.
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    Kellogg to set targets for suppliers to cut carbon emissions
    Reuters
    Global food giant Kellogg's will set targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions from its worldwide supply chain, it announced Wednesday, responding to consumer pressure to be accountable for its contribution to climate change.
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    GOP needs impeachment to go away — along with its lawsuit against Obama
    The Washington Post
    Republicans are in a hurry to stop talking about impeachment — so much so that even Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, who usually lines up with the most conservative Republicans on pretty much anything, is trying to change the subject. And a new poll shows precisely why: It's killing the GOP among swing voters.
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    Clinton promises cease fire on Obama, for now
    Politico
    A split between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama was inevitable. Now that they've made peace, keeping it will be the challenge.

    Related: Hillary Clinton to Barack Obama: Let's hug it out (Politico)

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    Republicans ignoring their own advice on immigration
    CNN
    Republicans already are steaming about President Barack Obama's expected executive action to potentially allow millions of undocumented workers to remain in the country.
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    Justice Department seeks information on Tyson-Hillshire deal
    The Wall Street Journal (subscriber story)
    Tyson Foods Inc. and Hillshire Brands Co. have received requests for additional information from the Justice Department's Antitrust Division in connection with Tyson's pending $7.7 billion purchase of Hillshire.

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  • Hillshire delivers strong Q4 growth (Business Wire via The Wall Street Journal)

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    California's Brown reaches $7.2 billion drought bond deal
    Bloomberg
    Gov. Jerry Brown and California Democratic lawmakers enlisted business support of a $7.2 billion plan composed mostly of new bonds for water storage and delivery to drought-stricken cities and farms.
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    Feed industry submits comments to FAO on sustainability guidelines
    The Fish Site
    The American Feed Industry Association has submitted comments to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations on the Livestock Environmental Assessment Performance, or LEAP, draft guidelines regarding the animal feed supply chain.
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    Opinion: Playing Russian roulette with food
    The Leader-Post
    Time and time again, international conflicts among nations compel governments to use food as a weapon of sort. But manipulating the food industry often guarantees an untenable form of influence and authority.
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    China orders arrest of ex-Bright Food chair on suspicion of graft
    Reuters
    Chinese prosecutors have ordered the arrest of the former chairman of state-owned Bright Food Group Co. Ltd. on suspicion of bribe-taking and embezzling public funds.
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    Register for Government Action Summit
    AFFI
    Register today for AFFI's 2014 Government Action Summit, Sept. 9-11. Gain insight and be involved in the political issues that matter most to the frozen food industry.

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    Idaho Simplot plant to stay open through October
    Idaho Press-Tribune
    The J.R. Simplot Company's potato processing facility in Nampa, Idaho, will stay open longer than was originally expected, extending production through October.

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    USDA on food waste: 'If it's frozen, it's safe to use'
    Foodsafety.gov
    A USDA blog tells consumers frozen foods "are safe forever because bacteria and other pathogens cannot grow in food that's frozen at 0°F or below."

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    Alchemy Systems to present on AFFI Listeria summer webinar series
    American Frozen Food Institute
    AFFI Advantage Partner Alchemy Systems, the global leader in providing innovative food industry technologies and services, will present during an AFFI webinar on Tuesday, Aug. 19, to teach participants how to develop a systems-based approach for the control of Listeria monocytogenes.
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    A Whole Foods yogurt conspiracy? Lawsuit claims so
    Daily News
    The lawyers who made headlines for suing Subway over the length of its so-called footlong sandwiches filed a lawsuit in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court this week claiming that Whole Foods is selling Greek yogurt with nearly six times the sugar listed on the label.
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    See-through food packaging boosts sales
    The Wall Street Journal
    The grocery store is having a moment of clarity. Yogurt to granola to tortilla chips are showing up in clear packages. The thinking: Shoppers are more inclined to buy when they see what they're getting.
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    Another Simplot plant extends production
    KIFI-TV
    The J.R. Simplot plant in Aberdeen, Idaho, is still up and running, after it was scheduled to officially close its doors on July 31, but a delay has it rescheduled to close Sept. 2.
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    Chicken nuggets recalled after consumers find plastic bits
    USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service
    Perdue, based in Gainesville, Georgia, is recalling approximately 15,306 pounds of frozen, fully cooked chicken nugget products after consumers reported finding small pieces of plastic in the nuggets.

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    Listeria-infected cold cuts kill 12 in Denmark
    Reuters
    An outbreak of Listeria tied to contaminated Danish meat has killed 12 people since September last year, with most of the deaths coming in the past three months, Danish health authorities said Tuesday.
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    Sysco names executive team following proposed US Foods merger
    Food Safety Magazine
    Sysco Corporation last week announced the senior leaders who will guide the company upon completion of its proposed merger with US Foods.
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    Remote panels enable greater access to Carrier Transicold unit controls
    Carrier Transicold
    Carrier Transicold's new APX™ remote panels add convenience and efficiency for refrigerated transport operations by placing trailer refrigeration controls in locations more easily accessible to operators.
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    Building a successful foodservice supply chain
    NACS
    We've heard it time and time again: Foodservice is the future. With its steep learning curve and generous profit margins, it's viewed by industry experts as a high-risk, high-reward offering for retailers.
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