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Mondelez Tops Street 2Q Forecasts

July 31, 2015 9:10 am | by The Associated Press

Shares of Mondelez International Inc. jumped Thursday after the snack maker reported better-than-expected earnings for the second quarter due to reduced expenses.

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Higher Wages a Surprising Success For Seattle Restaurant

July 31, 2015 8:50 am | by GENE JOHNSON, Associated Press

Menu prices are up 21 percent and you don't have to tip at Ivar's Salmon House on Seattle's Lake Union after the restaurant decided to institute the city's $15-an-hour minimum wage two years ahead of schedule.

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Man Says Cracker Company Failed to Pay For Broken Tooth

July 31, 2015 8:25 am | by The Associated Press

A Maine man has filed a federal lawsuit claiming that a cracker company failed to pay for his dental bill after he broke his tooth eating one of their crackers.

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Avian Flu Forces Manufacturers to Find Egg Replacements, Many Turn to Soy

July 31, 2015 8:00 am | by Soyfoods Association of North America

While consumers will see impact from these outbreaks, the most substantial concern is shortages of egg products used in food manufacturing.

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End-of-Production LED Lighting Increases Red Pigmentation in Lettuce

July 30, 2015 2:45 pm | by American Society for Horticultural Science

Growing vegetables in greenhouses extends crop production seasons in northern latitudes, but the greenhouse environment is far from ideal for providing plants with optimal photosynthetic light.

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Coca-Cola Enterprises Beats Street 2Q Forecasts

July 30, 2015 12:00 pm | by The Associated Press

Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. (CCE) on Thursday reported second-quarter net income of $176 million.

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Belgian Farmers Protest Prices Paid For Milk, Other Produce

July 30, 2015 11:40 am | by The Associated Press

Belgian farmers are blocking roads and entrances to grocery store distribution centers to protest what they say are unfairly low prices for milk, pork and other products.

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Whole Foods Cuts Outlook After 3Q Sales, Profit Miss

July 30, 2015 11:15 am | by The Associated Press

Whole Foods cut its sales forecast for the year after its quarterly profit and sales fell short of expectations amid intensifying competition.

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Malic Acid Encourages Sweet Cherry Cracking

July 30, 2015 10:50 am | by American Society For Horticultural Science

"Cracking" is a problem for sweet cherry production wherever the high-value crop is grown. However, despite considerable research, the reason that this phenomenon occurs has not been clear. In a new study, researchers reveal their discovery of what makes sweet cherries crack.

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Chemical Analysis Could Lead to Improved Wine Grapes

July 30, 2015 10:35 am | by Andy Szal, Real Time Digital Reporter

Wine-making is steeped in age-old traditions, but to address the threat of pests and concerns over heavy pesticide use, vintners are turning to science.

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Farmers Fight False Information About Supply Management

July 30, 2015 9:35 am | by Chicken Farmers of Canada

For months, Canadian farmers have endured a concerted attack on the system that brings Canadians the dairy, poultry and egg products they trust.

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Judge Rejects Claim That Bourbon Was Falsely Advertised

July 30, 2015 9:10 am | by BRUCE SCHREINER, Associated Press

Chalk up another round for Maker's Mark distillery in fending off claims of misleading marketing for promoting its Kentucky bourbon as handmade.

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Report: Amazon Working on Drive-Thru Grocery Store

July 30, 2015 8:00 am | by Andy Szal, Digital Reporter

Amazon.com is reportedly planning a drive-through grocery store in a potentially major shift for both the e-commerce giant and the grocery industry.

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Report: Continued GPO Growth For Food Operators, Distributors, Manufacturers

July 29, 2015 2:55 pm | by Technomic

As foodservice operators across segments wrestle with increasing food costs and profit pressure, their participation in Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs) continues to rise.

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Evidence Pushes Back History of Agriculture

July 29, 2015 2:20 pm | by American Friends of Tel Aviv Univ.

Until now, researchers believed farming was "invented" some 12,000 years ago in the Cradle of Civilization — Iraq, the Levant, parts of Turkey and Iran — an area that was home to some of the earliest known human civilizations.

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Hormone in Brain Could Cause Overeating, Says Rutgers Science

July 29, 2015 1:50 pm | by Seth Augenstein, Digital Reporter

Eating for pure pleasure instead of hunger is controlled by a hormone in the brain, according to new Rutgers University research. The work could point to brain-first targets to combat the burgeoning obesity epidemic, according to the scientists

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Restaurants Recasting Menus and Food in a Protein Paradigm

July 29, 2015 12:45 pm | by Packaged Facts

Meatless Mondays are trending, but make no mistake, many U.S. consumers are still looking to sources of protein as part of a diet rich in foods that provide health and wellness benefits and contain ingredients that address illness mitigation.

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Molson Coors Brings its 'Craft' Beer Blue Moon to Canada

July 29, 2015 11:20 am | by Molson Coors Canada

Blue Moon, the number one selling wheat beer in the United States, is coming to Canada as Belgian Moon. 

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Enfamil Maker Mead Johnson Paying $12M to Settle Bribery Charges

July 29, 2015 10:15 am | by Marcy Gordon, AP Business Writer

The SEC said Mead Johnson's Chinese subsidiary paid doctors and other professionals in government-owned hospitals to recommend the formula and to give the company the contact information of patients for marketing purposes.

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One Letter Change in Corn's Genome Made it King

July 29, 2015 10:10 am | by Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison

Ten thousand years ago, a golden grain got naked, brought people together and grew to become one of the top agricultural commodities on the planet. Now, researchers have found that just a single letter change in the genetic script of corn's ancestor, teosinte, helped make it all possible.

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