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Pediatricians petition White House to issue food safety rules
American Medical News
Pediatricians are leaning on the White House to finalize what they say are long-overdue regulations to implement a vital federal food safety law. President Barack Obama signed the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act into law on Jan. 4, 2011. More
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Kroger discontinues sprouts due to potential food safety risk
Food Ingredients First
The Kroger Co. announced its decision to no longer sell sprouts due to its potential food safety risk. More
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School food going to waste
Aberdeen News
Students are required to take fruit and vegetables, but it doesn't mean they eat them. "There is always more plate waste when it's a new item or something we don't serve a lot," said Susan Nash, food service director for Aberdeen Public Schools. More
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Gallup poll: Romney holding 6-point lead
The Hill
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney is holding steady with a 6-point lead over President Barack Obama, according to Monday's Gallup daily tracking poll. Romney takes 51 percent support over Obama at 45 in the survey of likely voters. Among registered voters, Romney's lead is 48 to 47 over the president.

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    Democrats face 'fight of our lives' to win Florida
    Politico
    Florida Republicans are feeling increasingly optimistic that Mitt Romney will carry the biggest of swing-state prizes, and for good reason — Romney's narrowly leading in most every poll here and President Barack Obama is under 50 percent in the same surveys. More
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    Party fundraising gives Republicans overall money lead
    USA Today
    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, the Republican Party and a constellation of outside GOP groups entered the final campaign stretch with a nearly $46 million cash advantage for the last-minute advertising and get-out-the-vote push in this nail-biter election, a USA Today analysis of new campaign reports shows. More
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    Food fight: A guide to Prop 37
    Voice of San Diego
    The owner of a La Jolla, Calif., cupcake shop that caters to summer tourists might seem an unlikely hero in the effort to pass Proposition 37, a state measure on the November ballot that would require labeling of foods that contain genetically modified ingredients. More
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    Rebounding economy spurs growth in cargo, supply chain risks
    Insurance Journal
    A slow trend toward economic recovery in the U.S. may mean good news and bad news for insurance agents and brokers who handle commercial accounts with cargo and supply chain vulnerabilities. More
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    Salmonella outbreak among Chicago-area school kids
    Food Safety News
    Illinois public health officials announced that they are looking into the possibility that a Salmonella outbreak among students who attend 5 different schools outside Chicago, including a school in southwestern Lake County, was caused by school lunches. More
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    Phospholipids: Putting more function into functional foods
    Food Product Design
    As a manufacturer or retailer, you know that consumers have a fast-growing appetite for foods, drinks and dietary supplements with active ingredients such as omega-3, CoQ10 and vitamin E. But here's something you may not know, but should: There's complex interplay among the good substances functional foods may contain. More
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    Nash Finch lobbying for county funding to expand its facilities, services
    The Washington Post
    Wholesale food distributor Nash Finch is seeking help from Prince George's County and the state of Maryland to expand facilities for its MDV subsidiary and to add more than a hundred jobs in the county. More
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    16 E. coli cases linked to XL Foods beef
    Food Safety News
    Canadian public health officials announced that 16 E. coli cases from four provinces have been traced to the consumption of beef produced by XL Foods. A Quebec resident who became ill with an E. coli infection is the latest to be counted. More
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    Gluten-free myth busting: There is no biomarker for gluten sensitivity, says researcher
    Food Navigator-USA
    One of the liveliest sessions at last week's Whole Grains on Every Plate conference in San Antonio was a myth-busting presentation from Pamela Cureton, clinical research dietitian at the Center for Celiac Research. More
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    A future without packaging beckons
    Food Production Daily
    The food industry could be approaching a time when packaging will be completely eliminated from the supply chain, according to Olivia Milan-Grobois, business unit director, Sial Group. More
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    Whole Foods Market co-founder challenges healthy food cost perception
    Food Navigator-USA
    U.S. consumers can afford to buy healthy food, but they have been "corrupted" by the availability of cheap food to spend less, says the co-founder of Whole Foods Market. More
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    FSMA update: FDA food facility renewal process now open
    From Field to Fork
    Today, the FDA opened its online food facility renewal system and provided guidance regarding registration requirements for domestic and foreign manufacturers, processors, packers or holders of food. The Food Safety Modernization Act improves the registration process by ensuring, among other things, that the FDA has accurate contact information for each facility. More
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    Frozen food market in Germany increasing sales volume in 2012
    Agra-net.com
    Frozen food products are becoming an increasingly important resource for German consumers, as the sector is expected to increase in both market volume and sales this year, and looks ahead for a positive 2013. More
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    Julius Goepp, MD, supports efforts to create convenient food labels, improve nutrition of nation
    U.S. Politics Today
    Food labeling practices are attracting a great deal of attention in today's world, particularly with the debates regarding California's Proposition 37 in full swing. Another proposed food labeling practice is also garnering the interest of many nutrition and medical professionals. More
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    Government: Mexico's corn supply secure into first half of 2013
    Fox News Latino
    Mexico's supply of corn, a staple of the national diet, is assured "for all of the first half of 2013," the Social Development Secretariat said. The country currently "has an inventory of nearly 120,000 tons of corn and it is expected that 150,000 more tons will enter by the end of the year," the secretariat said in a statement. More
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    Center for Food Safety unveils state-of-the-art facility
    Pork Network
    A new state-of-the-art laboratory equipped with instrumentation to allow rapid foodborne pathogen testing and characterization was showcased recently at The Science Park in College Station, Texas. More
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