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High-pressure processing can reduce risk of food contamination, company claims

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U.S.-based high-pressure processing solutions provider All Natural Freshness has announced the launch of its new buffering solution that could cut costs for food production and processing companies by offering increased contamination protection and eliminating the need for costly recalls almost entirely.
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New York college launches unique food processing technology course

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Genesee Community College, situated in the western part of New York state, will provide qualified staff for food processing facilities in the area.
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Food manufacturers focus on new products in 2013

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The latest annual survey on research and development (R&D) among U.S. food manufacturers, reveals that almost half of the businesses will focus on brand new products in 2013.
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Food processors should take public opinion into account when using processing aids, expert claims

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Processing aids are very useful when eliminating E.coli from meat, poultry and other food products, but food companies should be aware of how consumers view chemicals.
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FDA files injunction against fish products manufacturer

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The U.S. Department of Justice has demanded a preliminary injunction on behalf of the U.S. FDA against New York City Fish, Inc., over concerns that its products do not meet federal standards of safety and could pose a threat to public health.
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Budget cuts will not affect food processing facility inspections, FDA says

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Concerns have been raised by the industry that food safety might be compromised if the FDA cut the number of food inspectors at the end of September.
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Foodservice packaging industry upbeat for 2013

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The North American and European foodservice packaging industries are likely to grow in 2013, with the recovering economy and more stable input pricing the most powerful drivers for growth.
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Arsenic-in-beer mystery solved

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The mystery of how arsenic levels in beer sold in Germany could be higher than in the water or other ingredients used to brew the beer has been solved.
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World's largest study of food allergies underway

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The European Commission-sponsored research, known as the Integrated Approaches to Food Allergen and Allergy Risk Management (iFAAM), will produce a standardized management process for companies involved in food manufacturing.
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Majority of Americans do not trust food industry, survey finds

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Only 17% of consumers feel food companies and manufacturers are trustworthy sources of information about food production practices, according to a new white paper.
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