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Food Business in the News “Every marketer ought to be looking at them carefully. These are not laws, but they are guidance. You ignore them at your peril.” Christopher A. Cole, a partner in the advertising and marketing practice at the law firm Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, commenting on the Federal Trade Commission’s new Green Guides. “Innovation doesn’t necessarily need to start from a new science, or a new formula or a new product idea.” Brad Jakeman, president of PepsiCo’s Global Beverages Group, discussing how new product concepts may be generated from older ideas. Bloomberg Sept. 27, 2012 The New York Times Oct. 1, 2012 “There is no single answer here. Given that there is a potential for benefit, and the harm has not yet been fully explored, at reasonable levels of intake, it’s not a bad idea.” Paul Coates, director of the Office of Dietary Supplements at the National Institutes of Health, commenting on the current debate taking place regarding the benefits of consuming omega-3 fatty acids. “Kids who are in kindergarten today are going to start out with school food that is high quality. Those kids will grow up knowing that that’s what school food is.” Kirsten Saenz Tobey, co-founder of Revolution Foods, which contracts with schools across the country to deliver foods that meet the new school nutrition guidelines. The Wall Street Journal Oct. 2, 2012 National Public Radio Sept. 28, 2012 “The previous couple of years have been good to us. Then the drought changed the ballgame on a worldwide level. The U.S. has plenty of pork, and we won’t run out here. We’ll have some price inflation, but we have plenty of supply.” Phil Borgic, an Illinois hog producer, dispelling the rumor that the United States may face a bacon shortage in 2013. “Asia is increasingly becoming the place to be for probiotics producers. The regulatory environment there is a lot more favorable than in Europe, and you have a lot of consumers that are demanding betterquality nutrition.” Martin Jochum of SAM Sustainable Assets Management in Zurich, Switzerland, discussing the most opportune markets for products featuring probiotics. Bloomberg Businessweek Sept. 27, 2012 The Washington Post Oct. 1, 2012 62 FOODBUSINESS NEWS ® October 9, 2012 October 27, 2009

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Food Business News - October 9, 2012
Unilever may put Skippy brand up for sale
Fruit prices on the rise
Bio-engineering on the ballot in California
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Web Contents
Editorial - Instant noodles as single food product success
Snyder’s-Lance expands distribution in southwest U.S.
American Sugar buys majority of Belize Sugar Industries
F.A.O. Food Price Index rises in September
Sunland peanut butter recall expands
RAND study shows rapid rise of morbid obesity
Dean puts Morningstar Foods on the trading block
Chiquita Brands names Edward Lonergan as c.e.o.
Smart Balance unveils new name, new structure
Clarkson Grain acquires US Soy
Alpina opens yogurt facility in New York
Chris Solly to c.e.o. of Ehrmann USA
ConAgra to expand frozen meals production
Campbell Soup closing two facilities
Jack Link’s acquiring Nebraska facility
New Kraft seeks to unlock ‘true potential'
Mondelez establishes global ambitions
August Restaurant Performance Index rises
Hershey to source 100% certified cocoa by 2020
Kroger introducing ‘Simple’ brands
Environmental claims to face greater scrutiny
Health and Wellness - Sodium reduction remains a priority
Ingredient Innovations - GRAS for probiotics seen as step toward market acceptance
Studies focus on probiotic benefits
New Food Products
Ingredient Market Trends
Ingredient Markets
Supplier Innovations and News
Ad Index
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Food Business News - October 9, 2012