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FDA expected to issue rule on food additives process by 2016
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected to issue a final rule on its controversial food additive approval process by August 2016 as part of a legal settlement, according to court papers filed on Monday.
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World Trade Organization rules against country-of-origin labeling
The World Trade Organization on Monday said the United States' revised Country of Origin Labeling law violates technical barriers to trade agreements because it provides less favorable treatment for Canadian and Mexican livestock.
Related: Manufacturing, ag leaders: COOL rules threaten jobs, growth (PR Newswire)
Oregon GMO labeling initiative sets record
New reports filed with the Oregon Elections Division show that Measure 92, the ballot initiative to require labels for any food containing genetically modified ingredients, is now the costliest in state history.
Obama: Democrats avoiding me 'have supported my agenda'
President Barack Obama delivered a blow to Democratic Senate candidates looking to distance themselves from his flagging approval ratings Monday, saying lawmakers avoiding him on the campaign trail were "strong allies and supporters" who have "supported my agenda in Congress."
White House shrugs off Obama remarks (The Hill)
Obama can do 'nothing' to help Democrats, Manchin says (The Hill)
GOP bullish with 2 weeks to go
Two weeks from Election Day, GOP hopes of capturing congressional control continue to rise. "We are going to win the Senate. I feel very good about that," National Republican Senatorial Committee Executive Director Rob Collins said last week.
Republicans' chances of winning Senate keep getting better (The Washington Post)
Romney to campaign for Pat Roberts (The Hill)
Poll: Grimes tied with McConnell (The Hill)
Gridlock could prove costly at polls
The Wall Street Journal (subscriber story)
In talking with people about the dysfunction in Washington in recent years, one simple question almost inevitably arose: What will it take to end the gridlock? The succinct answer has been equally simple: When voters start punishing rather than rewarding politicians for perpetuating gridlock, behavior will change.
Effects of new inspection rules on poultry and other meat
Food Safety Magazine
Touted as "privatization" of poultry inspection, critics raise concerns about the effectiveness and objectivity of the new inspection process that took effect this week. At the same time, the new system has raised questions about whether the transition has caused a decrease in the effectiveness of the entire USDA system.
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Labeling changes strike 'fear' into SMEs
Changes to food labeling rules have shaken small- to medium-sized food and drink businesses, which fear being put out of business, a leading industry adviser has revealed.
Food labels could reduce livestock environmental impacts
The use of "single-focus" labels on food products could be a small change that leads to a big difference in reducing the environmental impacts of livestock on water availability, say researchers.
Blueberries are a boon for kid-friendly, mom-approved beverages. Beverage formulators put blueberries on the label and benefit from the image as a healthy, delicious fruit full of natural goodness and the associations of comfort food. Blueberries impart lush flavor in juices, beverages and teas as is or combined with other fruits. Blueberry juice, puree and other liquid blueberry products are available year round.
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Technomic's take: 2015 food trends
PR Newswire via Consumer Electronics Net
Technomic lays out 10 trends that its consultants and experts believe may be transformative in 2015. Predictions are based on Technomic research including consumer and operator surveys and site visits.
Frozen meals trump QSR meals for nutrition
What’'s healthier: a frozen meal or a meal from a quick-service restaurant? According to new research presented at the 2014 Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo, the frozen meal wins out in terms of dietary fiber, potassium, calcium and protein — and it has fewer calories and less saturated fat.
Goya Foods to expand West Coast headquarters in Industry
San Gabriel Valley Tribune via Daily Breeze
Goya Foods, the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the United States, will unveil its newly expanded West Coast headquarters on Thursday with a new facility and distribution center in Industry, California.
McDonald's quarterly profit falls 30 percent
McDonald's Corp. reported a 30 percent fall in quarterly profit, hurt by a food scandal in China and intense competition in the United States.
Related: McDonald's struggles mean more tasty deals (The Daily Meal)
Coca-Cola Co profit falls; company expands cost-cutting
Coca-Cola Co. said Tuesday that its quarterly profit fell 14 percent as sales of carbonated beverage volumes in North America declined.
Gluten-free convenience from the freezer
The gluten-free frozen category continues to explode, growing by more than 40 percent year-over-year, according to Boulder Brands Inc. In response, the company is expanding its Udi's Gluten Free frozen offerings to include premium breakfast and lunch burritos along with Italian-inspired skillet meals.
Food safety program gets funding boost
Food Quality News
More than $1 million in funding has been committed toward a goal of $3.4 million to create an Oklahoma State University food safety program.
3-D printed food for the elderly may hit shelves in 2016
Researchers in Germany are working on a 3-D printed food for elderly people with chewing and swallowing problems, which looks and tastes like "real food."
UK research finds younger shoppers shunning frozen food
Freezers across the U.K. are neglected, under-used and under-appreciated, with younger shoppers dubbing them "graveyards" for food that is soon to go off, according to the latest consumer research from IGD ShopperVista.
CMA CGM acquires 7,000 last generation reefer containers
Hellenic Shipping News
The CMA CGM Group has acquired more than 7,000 of last generation 40' High Cube Reefer containers including 6,000 low consumption engines.
FOODesign launches its vegetable chip batch fryers internationally
Food Production Daily
Food processing equipment manufacturer FOODesign, a tna company, has launched its hot oil batch-pro 12, a series of cookers and fryers outside of the U.S.
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