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North American CPGs develop single case-labeling standard

GS1 US and GS1 Canada publish new guidance document for standard case code labeling for extended product attributes.
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How to prevent food labeling mixups

The top source of food recalls can be prevented in the plant with proper attention to mislabeling and mixed labeling.
Pulsed-light sanitation of caps, cups, lids, and films
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Pulsed-light sanitation of caps, cups, lids, and films

To accommodate the North American packaging industry’s growing interest in the chemical free, water saving Claranor pulsed-light sanitation process for caps, cups, lids, and films, Fowler Products and Claranor are expanding their products. This video provides an excellent overview of this new sterilization process. Booth # N-3906
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Safety concerns continue for genetically modified foods

Chicago-based American Medical Association (AMA, www.ama-assn.org) rekindled more concern about labeling—and, thus, consumption—of genetically engineered (GE) foods made from genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
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Food safety powers you might have forgotten about

The FDA's Reportable Food Registry plays an important role in preventing food safety problems including those caused by packaging or labeling mishaps.
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Keynote Q&A: Better Food Safety and Its Costs

At the first day of the Automation Conference, David Acheson, managing director, Leavitt Partners, receives a question about how much cost may be passed along to consumers due to the recent Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) requirements for food manufacturers. (Approximate Time - 2:34).
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Frito-Lay announces initiative to validate and label products as gluten-free

Company partners with the Celiac Disease Foundation and National Foundation of Celiac Awareness to educate consumers about celiac disease.
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Global Food Contact 2012

Coming to Baltimore, MD, on May 15-17 2012 is Global Food Contact 2012, a forum to discuss current and developing food-contact regulations across the world.
David Drum and Mike Alagna were featured speakers at the March 21 PMMI event.
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Food safety concerns are altering equipment design

The development of a “seamless technical community” is the best way to cope with the changes that are sure to come to the food manufacturing community once the Food Safety Modernization Act gets sorted out and enforcement begins.
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Metal detection vs. X-ray inspection: What's best for food safety?

Market-driven as well as regulatory mandates keep raising the bar for food processors seeking proper detection of foreign contaminants in food products. This white paper from Thermo Fisher Scientific explains the differences between technologies as well as how and where each is best.
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