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The ins and outs of gluten-free labeling in North America

By Shelley Case
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As demand for gluten-free products continues to increase, more manufacturers are entering this niche market, developing a wide range of products in various categories. 


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A heart to heart about whole grains

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As a dietitian and mom, I know first-hand that whole-grain breads and snack products have lots of health benefits, including reducing the risk of heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, obesity and some forms of cancer. 


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A long and winding road to ethanol reform

By Robb MacKie
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Last month, I had the opportunity to offer testimony in support of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposal to modestly scale back the amount of ethanol required to be produced under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). 


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Gluten-free and FODMAPs…What’s the scoop?

By Shelley Case
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Gluten has become Public Enemy Number One. Countless people follow a gluten-free diet, and just about everyone knows someone avoiding foods made with the gluten-containing grains wheat, rye and barley


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The ticking regulatory clock

By Robb MacKie
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During and since the two-week government shutdown, there has been a lot of analysis from across the political spectrum. The analysis includes a lot of finger pointing and blame assessment. At the end of the day, it was the abdication of leadership by all parties and no coherent strategy for how to end the stalemate that lengthen the shutdown.


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Helping Hispanics eat—and be—healthy

By Sylvia Klinger
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What can bakers do to improve the health of Hispanics? Plenty, and they should do it quickly. Why the urgency? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Latinos—males and females of all ages—have among the highest obesity rates in the United States. 


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Enforcement changes in the food industry

By Gale Prince
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On Sept. 26, the two owners of Jensen Farms, were arrested for shipping adulterated food in 2011. The charge was shipping contaminated cantaloupe, which resulted in the death of 33 people and sickened 147 people. The two brothers were arrested on misdemeanor charges of introducing adulterated food into commerce. 


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Great grains in the Hispanic world

By Sylvia Klinger
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When Columbus first sailed to America, its inhabitants had already developed more than 200 types of maize.
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Will it really be enough for the future?

By Alan Edington
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During the last few years, sustainability has received significant attention from many different groups.
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Preparing for the Affordable Care Act

By Robb MacKie
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The long and tortuous path to enacting and implementing President Obama’s signature achievement, the Affordable Care Act, has taken yet another twist.
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