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February 5, 2004
Tyson Foods' Robert L. Peterson resigned from the company's board of directors due to health reasons.
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Regulatory Watch: Congressional scrutiny expected in response to mad cow

February 5, 2004
The first-time appearance of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy in the United States is likely to renew debate in Washington over food inspection regulations, and many industry representatives see some type of increased regulatory scrutiny in the works.
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Plant Openings & Expansions

February 5, 2004
YoCream International completed a $2.5 million in-house aseptic packaging line. Increasing capacity by more than 30 percent, the line is capable of filling half-gallon to 5-gallon bags.
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On guard against BSE

February 5, 2004
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) implemented new rules to safeguard against Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE).
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Shedding light on<br>Salmonella outbreaks

January 5, 2004
About two million Salmonella cases are found in livestock in the United States each year, according to the Department of Agriculture.
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Industry & People

January 5, 2004
Scott Lutz has joined ConAgra Foods as president and chief operating officer of the Snack Foods Group.
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Engineers, get ready to switch gears

January 5, 2004
If your goal is 100% consistent product, it may be time to reconsider some of your standard operating procedures.
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Plant Openings & Expansions

January 5, 2004
Plumrose USA is doubling the size of its Council Bluffs, IA, meat plant to 56,000 square feet.
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Regulatory Watch

January 5, 2004
A bipartisan agreement in the Senate has cleared the way for new limits on class action lawsuits. The House earlier passed similar legislation.
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Industry & People

December 3, 2003
Coca-Cola Enterprises named Terrance M. Marks corporate vice president and chief revenue officer-North American Group where he is responsible for package development, innovation and planning.
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