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FDA fights terrorism with three-part plan

April 16, 2003
After September 11, FDA has been developing a three-part strategy to thwart food terrorism: anticipation, deterrence, and response.
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Automation market growth driven by software and service

April 16, 2003
The worldwide market for automation products and services for process industries, worth over $44 billion last year, is expected to grow at about 5 percent over the next five years, according to a new ARC Advisory Group study.
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Industry & People

April 16, 2003
AKansas City, MO-based manufacturer of packaging solutions, Multivac, is expanding its North American headquarters.
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Study validates ozone as surface sanitizer

April 16, 2003
Air Liquide Corp., Houston, TX, has conducted a study benchmarking ozone against Environmental Protection Agency standards for surface sanitation.
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New health care liabilities for manufacturers?

April 16, 2003
The National Association of Manufacturers warns, “a final deal may be imminent” between the Bush Administration and Senate Democrats to pass patients bill of rights legislation.
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U.S. food exporters push for lower tariffs

April 15, 2003
Food manufacturers are applauding USDA and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative for its focus on upcoming WTO agriculture negotiations.
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Negotiations underway for Future Beef sale

April 15, 2003
Officers of a start-up supplier of case-ready and boxed beef are negotiating with the U.S. trustee charged with the liquidation of Future Beef Operations LLC in Denver bankruptcy court.
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FSIS to hold meeting on Listeria next month

April 15, 2003
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service will hold a Listeria meeting on November 18 in Washington DC to discuss issues and ideas related to the science of improving the safety of ready-to-eat meat and poultry products.
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Architecture helps plants bid farewell to islands of automation

April 15, 2003
ArchestrA, the company’s new comprehensive plant automation and information architecture that extends the life of legacy systems by leveraging the latest software technologies.
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Plant Openings & Expansions

April 15, 2003
Mott's Inc. recently completed a $53 million expansion at its Aspers, Pa., manufacturing plant.
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