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Nestlé, Danone and Lactalis take the top spots.
Researchers say the mold may be a more serious threat than originally thought.
More than 50 percent of consumers desire products with less salt or sugar.
Trends include dairy fat as a villain in heart disease and challenges to milk consumption that stem from complex concerns.
The US Supreme Court held that the FDCA and Lanham Act are complementary with respect to misleading food labels.
The menu model uses the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans requirements based on a 2,000-calorie-a-day diet.
A sensor designed by University of Southampton researchers is currently in the testing phase and could cut the time needed to detect bacteria on surfaces from days to hours.
Lentils top the list, but consumers are showing growing concern for gut and digestive health.
The Consumer Goods Forum board of directors agrees to new strategic milestones to help ensure the wellbeing of consumers.
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