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U.S. House Repeals Country of Origin Labeling

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After several failed WTO appeals, meat labeling may be reversed; Senate action expected soon.

First Iowa Farms Hit by Bird Flu Are Weeks Away From Restocking

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The first turkey farms ravaged by the recent bird flu is approaching time to restock, though most of the farms affected are weeks away from introducing new flocks.

CDC Confirms E. Coli Outbreak Links to General Mills Flour

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified a General Mills plant in Kansas City as the 'likely' source" of an outbreak of E. coli O121 linked to flour.

General Mills Expands Flour Recall

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After illness reports continued, General Mills, Minneapolis, has expanded its flour recall.

General Mills Recalls Certain Flour Products

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General Mills issued a voluntary recall of certain flour products after a multi-state outbreak of E. coli O121.

Two Flavors of Betty Crocker Cake Mix Recalled

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Out of caution, General Mills has recalled several Betty Crocker cake mixes because of possible contamination with E. coli. No illnesses reported have been linked to the mixes.

‘Pink Slime’ Suit Settled for $177 million

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Walt Disney Co. has agreed to pay Beef Products Inc. $177 million to settle a defamation lawsuit arising from 2012 news reports that described the company’s product as “pink slime.”

Kellogg Honey Smacks Salmonella Cases Reach 130

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Recall under way, but source has not been identified.

Disregard for Allergens Leads to Manslaughter Conviction

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Two England restaurateurs sentenced to prison for ignoring peanut allergy warning.

GMO Labeling Initiatives Fail in Colorado, Oregon

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Lost by wide margin in Colorado, 1 percent difference in Oregon.

Sensient Colors LLC site rated Excellent in annual SQF recertification

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Sensient Colors LLC has achieved the highest possible SQF rating for the third consecutive year.

General Mills Opens R&D Center in Shanghai

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Chinese market exceeds $700 million for the company

Chobani: Yogurt's Not Just for Breakfast

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Smoked salmon and dill yogurt, anyone?

No new signs of mad cow

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Bunge Opens New Decatur, Ala., Facility

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New 130,000-sq.-ft. packaging facility plus expansion of oil refinery.

Russians Say Nyet to Chobani Yogurt

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Dairy trade dispute keeps 5,000 cups of Chobani yogurt in Newark, N.J., rather than feeding U.S. Olympians in Sochi.

Tyson Promotes Tom Hayes to Succeed Donnie Smith as CEO

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Sudden announcement points to post-Hillshire evolution of the meat company.

FDA Commissioner Gottlieb to Quit

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FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb is resigning after two years in office.

Maple Leaf Unveils Plans for $660 Million Poultry Plant

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London, Ontario, facility is expected on line in 2021.

Chobani Hires Former Obama Advisor/USDA Officer

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Robert Post named senior director for nutrition and regulatory affairs.

North American Meat Institute Honors Six Industry Leaders

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Tyson's Lochner, OSI's Lavin presented awards at International Production and Processing Expo.

Foster Farms Promotes New CEO

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Foster Farms has promoted Dan Huber, a 23-year company veteran, to be its new CEO.

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