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While Europe has a storied history of brewing, Stone Brewing Co., the 10th largest craft brewer in the US, is expanding operations to Berlin to become the first American craft brewer to independently own and operate a brewery in Europe.
A US International Trade Commission report says subsidized sugar imports from Mexico have cost the US $260 million in lost sugar revenue.
The Hershey Company said Tuesday it will increase wholesale prices of its products an average of 8 percent to offset future increases in the costs of raw materials, packaging, fuel, utilities and transportation.
Whether it was for fresher breath, dental health or just for fun, Americans are giving up gum these days as consumers take a greater interest in mints, according to a recent report from Rabobank.
Nestlé, Danone and Lactalis take the top spots.
The Consortium for Common Food Names is urging the European Union to deny a geographical indication (GI) proposal that would give Denmark exclusive use to the term “havarti.”
Organic processed products certified in the US or Korea are now able to carry an organic label in either country after an arrangement between the two countries went into effect July 1.
A coalition of US food, agriculture and manufacturing industries are asking legislative leaders in the House and Senate Agriculture Committees to suspend the US Country of Origin Labeling (COOL) rule if the World Trade Organization (WTO) finds it noncompliant with US trade obligations.
Researchers say Americans may have to get over their aversion to eating insects, as an expanding global population will force cultures to find more food resources.