Articles Tagged with ''labeling''

Campbell Soup sued over heart-healthy designation

The lawsuit seeks class action status and alleges Campbell paid the American Heart Association to use the label.
By Shane O'Halloran
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The lawsuit seeks class action status and alleges Campbell paid the American Heart Association to use the label.


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Attract and Inform: Using graphic enhancements to differentiate packaged goods and highlight important product information

Today’s average consumer is much more aware of what information is required on CPG packages.
By Shane O'Halloran
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Many consumers seek out local or organic goods or products that fit their dietary restrictions.


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FDA defines gluten-free for food labeling

In order to use the term, foods must meet all aspects of the new definition.
By Shane O'Halloran
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In order to use the term, foods must meet all aspects of the new definition.
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Meat organizations from US, Canada and Mexico seek country-of-origin labeling rule injunction

The request for preliminary injunction is part of a July 8 lawsuit to block implementation of the rule.
By Shane O'Halloran
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The request for preliminary injunction is part of a July 8 lawsuit to block implementation of the rule.
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Water cannot be labeled organic, says Australian consumer watchdog

Seven bottled water suppliers will remove the word from their packaging as a result.
By Shane O'Halloran
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Seven bottled water suppliers will remove the word from their packaging as a result.
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Meat industry groups seek to block USDA country-of-origin labeling rule

They say new rules are too expensive and don't provide public health and safety benefits.
By Shane O'Halloran
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They say new rules are too expensive and don't provide public health and safety benefits.
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Labeler boosts productivity

The largest sauerkraut producer in the world relies on flexible equipment that handles frequent changeovers with minimal downtime.
By Hallie Forcinio, Contributing Editor
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When a labeler could no longer meet production requirements, company personnel began looking for a replacement that could handle frequent changeovers and multiple size and material changes.
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Vision inspection sees what humans may miss

Increased packaging line speeds have made it more difficult for human inspectors to reliably remove nonconforming items.
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Vision systems can inspect products accurately at very high speeds, making them an important component of many producers’ food safety plans.


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FSIS announces verification of product formulation and labeling for most common food allergens

Undeclared allergens are the result of a failure in hazard analysis.
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Ingredient suppliers and formulation changes led to most undeclared allergen recalls.


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Kellogg’s reaches $4 million settlement in Mini-Wheats class action suit

Consumer groups said the company made unfounded health claims.
By Shane O'Halloran
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Consumer groups said the company made unfounded health claims.
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