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Vermont Is First State to Pass a GMO Labeling Law

Even a 2016 effective date is in doubt with legal challenges expected.

GMO Bill Could Move Forward Any Day Now

Senate bill would make labeling voluntary for three years.

Kraft Heinz in Lawsuit Over Parmesan Cheese Containing Wood Pulp

Many Parmesan cheese brands might be using cellulose filler, which is okay in certain amounts. But now Kraft Heinz and others were named in a lawsuit for using the filler in its "100% Grated Parmesan Cheese."

Marcel Smits Named Cargill CFO

As CFO and CEO at Sara Lee, he engineered the company's split.

Mixing Innovations Keep Beverages Flowing

As beverages get more complex, processing plants must deal with expensive, problematic ingredients.

FDA Requests Comments on Use of the Term 'Natural' on Food Labels

The FDA is seeking comments from the public for the use of the term 'natural' in the labeling of human food products.

USDA Getting Into Non-GMO Certification Business?

U.S. Agriculture Secretary's memo hints at developing AMS program.

Dow, Dupont Finalize Merger

Chemical/ag companies Dow Chemical and DuPont have finalized their agreement to merge, eventually splitting into three companies.

Buhler Aeroglide Acquires License For Drying Technology

Buhler Aeroglide announces a license agreement with Ronning Engineering Company.

Production Operations: How to Retrofit an Aging Plant

Food processors are retrofitting aging facilities to get more out of their capital budgets. But heed these "rules of retro" before you bring your plant into the 21st century.

Food Manufacturers Seek Alternatives for Wastewater Treatment

In-plant wastewater and odor treatment continues to migrate to a biological systems approaches.

European Scientists Ask for GMO Research

In its first week online, more than 200 scientists, physicians and legal experts signed the European Network of Scientists for Social and Environmental Responsibility's group statement “No scientific consensus on GMO [genetically modified organism] safety.

Lab-Grown Meat Has Interesting Implications

The prospect of scientists creating meat in the lab has interesting implications, says Editor David Feder.

Nanotechnology in Processing and Packaging

Nanotechnology's promises may be fulfilled earlier in the processing and packaging areas than in the ingredient realm, with improved filtration, new structural materials and sensors that detect pathogens.

Conveyor Upgrades Now Focusing More on Food and Plant Safety

Regardless of the product being made, conveyors move it through processing and packaging, and the conveyors used in food plants are being upgraded.

Retort Processing Shakes Up New Interest

From agitation to AGVs to software, this old-school manufacturing process continues to evolve.

Yes, We Have No GMOs

The battle to label foods containing genetically modified organisms rages on, pitting proponents against those who anticipate an expansion of GMO crops and strategies.

MRO Q&A: Setting up a Master Card Key System

A reader asks for advice to set up a master card key system.

Rick Urschel New CEO at Urschel

Fourth generation replaces Bob Urschel as CEO.

Curry Spice Shuts Down Melanoma

Curcumin, the ingredient that gives curry its yellow hue, blocked the growth of melanoma tumor cells and even stimulated their death in the laboratory, researchers report.

AdvancePierre Foods acquires Barber Foods

Oaktree Capital engineers acquisition.

Ethical Naturals Expands Antioxidant Technology for Beverage and Supplement Use

ENI’s technology produces a very high, precise level of antioxidant activity, as measured by the Brunswick Laboratories patented analytical methods.

Oregon GMO Labeling Defeat to Get Recount

Under Oregon law, any election decided by less than a 0.2 percent margin automatically triggers a recount.

The Importance of Proficiency Testing Programs in the Food Industry

This white paper discusses the benefits and importance of proficiency testing in the food industry, as well as how to choose an appropriate program.

In Workplace Fatalities, Association Finds 40 Percent Transportation Related

Transportation incidents continue to be the No. 1 cause of on-the job deaths, a trend that has been the case since 1992, according to the American Society of Safety Engineers' (ASSE). In fact, in 2008, 40 percent of all workplace fatalities were transportation related, the association noted.

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