Articles Tagged with ''labeling''

FMI says USDA COOL rule increases burdens on retailers and consumers

The group supports country of origin labeling reform but says new rules are too onerous.
By Shane O'Halloran
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The group supports country of origin labeling reform but says new rules are too onerous.


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Creative support for craft brewers

European and major domestic breweries have been using metalized paper labels for years. US craft brewers are now picking up on the trend.
By Kevin T. Higgins, Senior Editor
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While mainstream beer makers wrestle with a market in decline, craft breweries continue to enjoy double digit growth.


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Caffeine regulation efforts complicated by lack of information, differing tolerance

Regulatory efforts are hampered by industry resistance and differing consumer reactions.
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FDA limits on caffeine are different for energy drinks than other beverages.


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IKEA finds horse meat in meatballs

Food authorities from the Czech Republic announced the positive test results.
By Shane O'Halloran
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Food authorities from the Czech Republic announced the positive test results.
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Graphical shape, orientation and alignment: What do customers want?

If you’re not paying attention to packaging preferences, you could be leaving profits on the shelf.
By Shane O'Halloran
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Research into consumer preference shows inclinations toward certain graphical elements.


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Polish offcuts were 75 percent horsemeat, says Irish department of agriculture

The contaminated product was found at two separate facilities.
By Shane O'Halloran
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The contaminated product was found at two separate facilities.
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Caffeine stirs up Congressmen

Lawmakers have asked more than a dozen energy drink companies to explain their products. Are energy drinks food or nutraceuticals?
By Wayne Labs, Senior Technical Editor
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Lawmakers have asked more than a dozen energy drink companies to explain their products. Are energy drinks food or nutraceuticals?
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Should FDA demand caffeine levels on energy drink labels?

One all-natural, energy drink producer has been putting this information on the label since day one.
By Wayne Labs, Senior Technical Editor
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Why not give the consumer the information to make an informed choice?
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Organic market removes products with cartoons on packaging

CEO cites danger of marketing to children
By Shane O'Halloran
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CEO cites danger of marketing to children.
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Pro-GMO labeling group wants Kellogg’s, General Mills to label or remove modified ingredients

Group also wants companies not to oppose Washington State GMO labeling initiative
By Shane O'Halloran
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Group also wants companies not to oppose Washington State GMO labeling initiative.
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