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Senate to Vote on GMO Food Labeling Bill
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The senators will consider whether the government should require labeling on foods containing genetically engineered ingredients, an issue that has split the food industry.

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From Ugly To Hip: Misfit Fruits And Veggies Coming To Whole Foods
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Lots of tasty and nutritious produce ends up in landfills because it fails to meet retail beauty standards. Now, Whole Foods and Giant Eagle say they’re ready to pilot sales of these wonky edibles.

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Top Food Festivals Worldwide
restaurantengine.com

For all you travelers out there, we feature the top food festivals worldwide. Take a peek inside and plan your travel around this food festivals.

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Preventing Food Waste is Preferable to Biogas Conversion, Study Says
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A report from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology has proven that preventing food waste is much more beneficial than diversion techniques.

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Most U.S. Egg Producers Are Now Choosing Cage-Free Houses
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The majority of American egg producers, when they order new chicken houses, are choosing cage-free systems. That’s a sea change driven by consumer demand for cage-free eggs.

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Food Waste Forecast: 17 Food Waste Trends We’ll See in 2016
blog.leanpath.com

2015 was a huge year for the food waste movement. With all this momentum, we look ahead at 17 food waste trends we think we’ll see in 2016.

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Foodie Trivia Game | Foodie KnowledgeFoodie Knowledge
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With all of the foodie information available on this blog, I decided to post a quick foodie trivia game for you all to enjoy.  All of the answers to the q

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Cork Versus Screw Cap: Don’t Judge A Wine By How It’s Sealed
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Winemakers are increasingly turning to screw caps as their downmarket reputation fades.

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City Restaurant Nutrition Stats Now Just A Click Away
www.ny1.com

A new website launched by the city Department of Health and Hygiene this week allows New Yorkers to compare nutritional facts from their favorite restaurants before leaving home.

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