Which Presidential Candidate Is Better for the Food and Beverage Industry?

Where Trump and Clinton stand on food safety, regulations, trade, immigration and agriculture.

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Typically overshadowed by topics like foreign policy, national security, taxes and healthcare, food and farm issues never seem to get equal time during a presidential election, even though they play an integral part in many of those other matters. This election cycle is proving to be no different. A food industry issue did grab some headlines, although only for a few days, in mid-September. The Trump campaign circulated a fact sheet suggesting the candidate would roll back food safety regulations, including the "food police" at the FDA. It claimed some of the inspection and enforcement powers of FDA are burdensome and "overkill." But when questioned about it, the…

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    By Kevin T. Higgins, Managing Editor

    The harbor in Hamilton, Ontario, links the city to Lake Ontario and to the St. Lawrence Seaway and the world. It’s a great transport option for food commodities like sugar. Sugar in supersacks and in bulk arrive on one Hamilton pier, where end loaders convey 25,000 tons a year to a warehouse and…

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  • FDA Publishes New GRAS Rule

    By Natalie Rainer, Keller and Heckman LLP

    On Aug. 17, 2016, the FDA published a final rule that amends and clarifies the criteria for determining when a substance may be considered “generally recognized as safe” (GRAS) for an intended use in food and therefore is excluded from the premarket approval requirements applicable to food…

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  • Ingredients for Bone Health 101: Understanding the Science of the Human Body

    By Lauren R. Hartman, Product Development Editor

    Our bones are continuously changing — we make new bone as old bone is broken down. Still, it's critical to build strong and healthy bones during childhood and adolescence. When we're young, our bodies make new bone faster than they can break down the old, so therefore bone mass increases. Most…

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