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Sun-dried tomatoes possible cause of hepatitis A outbreak

March 5, 2012
LONDON — An outbreak of hepatitis A in the UK may be linked to sun-dried tomatoes that were contaminated during processing, BBC News reported. According to the UK Health
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Noodle Tensile Fixture

March 5, 2012
The TA-NTF Noodle Tensile Fixture for Brookfield Engineering Laboratories’ CT3 Texture Analyzer is designed to test the extensibility and tensile breaking strength of noodles, pasta and other similar food items.
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Dutch scientists use stem cells to create lab-grown meat

February 27, 2012
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Insulated Containers for Frozen Products

February 27, 2012
Every Polar insulated container is designed for durability and is rotomolded from tough polyethylene and smooth outer shells devoid of joints. With 2 inches minimum foam insulation between double walls,
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SuKarne begins construction on largest beef production, processing complex in Mexico

February 23, 2012
TLAHUALILO, Mexico, Feb. 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- SuKarne, the leading company in the Mexican market for meat, began construction of its latest facilities in Tlahualilo, Durango, launching the first
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US Senator calls for FDA review of caffeine inhaler

February 20, 2012
WASHINGTON — U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer announced Sunday that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has agreed to conduct a full review of the safety and legality of
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Red Bull pulled from shelves in China

February 13, 2012
SHANGHAI — Red Bull products were pulled off the shelves of many supermarkets in China in reaction to concerns that the energy drink might contain additives that have not
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Authorities seize 1 million chickens from poultry producer

February 6, 2012
MELBOURNE, Australia — About 1 million chickens were seized from a major poultry producer near Melbourne because the company could no longer afford to feed them, the Australian Broadcasting
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Avian influenza detected at Australian duck farms

January 30, 2012
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Chinese group signs $1.2 bln rubber, rice deal

January 23, 2012
CHINA — China''s Hainan Natural Rubber Industry Group has signed a deal worth $1.2 billion with Sierra Leone to establish rubber and rice plantations in the West African state,
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