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September 2019 is now the expected start-up date for Costco Wholesale Inc.’s poultry processing operation in Fremont, Neb., according to Craig Wilson, vice president and general merchandising manager.
Expansion project emphasizes exports of U.S. beef.
The Lobby Dustpan Set received two nominations in the competition.
OSHA has scaled back the amount of information businesses must post online regarding workplace injuries.
According to the Louisville Courier-Journal, 9,000 of the roughly 18,000 barrels contained in the Kentucky facility were affected.
Ingredient manufacturer Blue California announced it is has completed GRAS certification for its BlueSweet Luo Han Guo extract. LHG is also known as monk fruit.
Automation and control group will coordinate education, readiness and knowledge-sharing.
Consumer Reports analysis reignites concern over colas.
Agency seeks to set 'lawful pathways' for this 'complicated topic.'
Bottled water is making more of a splash, predicted to outpace carbonated soft drinks by next year, according to an International Bottled Water Association report.
Diet Pepsi may experience a sweetener reversal as reports claim it's bringing a version back with aspartame as the brand's main variety.
USDA gives nod; McDonald's says it won't use it.
Chemical/ag companies Dow Chemical and DuPont have finalized their agreement to merge, eventually splitting into three companies.
44,000-sq.-ft. addition to its Downers Grove, Ill., headquarters.
Want the agency to speed up review of high-fructose corn syrup name change.
Confirmed but unspecific statement says some products may return to sugar.
China banned U.S. beef since 2003 mad cow disease; cooked Chinese poultry allowed as an import.
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