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Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition Announces Staff Changes

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Commissioner Margaret Hamburg and Deputy Commissioner for Foods Michael Taylor issued a statement regarding personnel changes at the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.

TV feeds kids fewer food ads, FTC staff study finds

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Children see significantly fewer television ads promoting food products today than they did 28 years ago, according to a new study by the staff of the Federal Trade Commission.

Sara Lee lays off 300 in North America

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Sara Lee Corp. laid off roughly 300 staffers throughout its North American operations on April 17.

Cargill Joins BASF Plant Science To Develop EPA/DHA Canola Oil

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Global demand for cost-effective access to omega-3 products cited as the reason for the agreement

Sara Lee to Reduce Salt Over the Next Five Years

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Sara Lee to reduce salt in its products by an average of 20% over the next five years; initiative said to build on current salt reduction efforts in lunchmeat and fresh bread.

Pepsi Cola Takes a Pass on Super Bowl

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Pepsi Cola will take a pass on the big game for the first time in 23 years, according to the Wall Street Journal.

JBS Plans IPO, Pilgrim's Pride to Exit Bankruptcy

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JBS USA LLC plans a $2 billion initial public offering of stock.

What Recession? General Mills Quarterly Profit Up 50 Percent

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Reports Strong Results for Fiscal 2010 Second Quarter; Company Raises Full-year EPS Guidance

NCFST Forms HPP Group; Invites Food Packagers to Join

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The National Center for Food Safety and Technology and Illinois Institute of Technology have formed a new HPP working group to drive forward scientific advances and commercial applications for the food and beverage industry.

Mintel Reporting Consumers Staying Organic Despite Economy

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A recent survey from market research firm Mintel shows that nearly 40% of consumers claim they haven't changed organic product purchasing habits because of the recession and only a mere 3% have stopped buying organic products altogether.

Mintel Reports Declining Low/No/Reduced Sodium Claims

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Research shows new product launches with low/no/reduced sodium claims declined 5% in 2010-2011.

HFCS Makers Countersue Sugar Association

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Four members of Corn Refiners Association sue over 2011 sugar campaign.

New IFT Certification Program to Recognize Applied Knowledge and Skills

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Food professionals will be able to gain the title of Certified Food Scientist through the Institute of Food Technologists by meeting certain eligibility requirements and by taking a certification exam.

Proposition 37, California’s GMO Labeling Proposal, is Defeated by Voters

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While not all votes have been counted, they’re running 53 percent against.

Bay State Acquires T. J. Harkins

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Commodity brokers specialized in sesame and edible seeds, sweet spices, ancient grains, specialty grain flours and grain blends.

Hostess Back to Liquidation

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One day of mediation with union termed a failure.

Struck Hostess Brands to Liquidate

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After a week of strikes by its largest union, iconic baker gives up.

Flowers Offers 'Stalking Horse' Bid for Hostess Bread Brands

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Offers $390 million for Wonder, Nature's Pride, Merita, Home Pride, Butternut, Beefsteak brands.

Hostess Selects Four 'Stalking Horse' Bidders for Assets

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Twinkies may go to Metropoulos and a fund; other snacks to McKee; most breads to Flowers.

BusinessWeek/Interbrand Unveils 100 Top Global Brands survey for 2006

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Despite some slippage due to the public’s slackening demand for soda, Coca-Cola remained the No. 1 worldwide brand in the BusinessWeek/Interbrand 100 Top Global Brands survey.

Fire Down Below

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The Organic Trade Assn.’s “All Things Organic” component of May’s Power of Five show is one of two components of that former extravaganza slated to stay put in Chicago.

Food Trends: The Most Successful Packaged Food Brands of 2010

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Industry analysts SymphonyIRI reveal the top 10 most successful packaged goods brands of 2010 in its Times & Trends Report, "2010 New Product Pacesetters"

Diamond Foods to Buy Pringles from Procter & Gamble

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Diamond triples in size; P&G exits food

Survey finds serious inflation concerns from manufacturers

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Two-thirds intend to raise prices over next six months, nearly double the number from six months ago, as raw material and energy prices cause worry.

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