User: flenvcenter Topic: Food-National
Category: Food Security :: Food Sovereignty
Last updated: Nov 22 2018 15:49 IST RSS 2.0
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A sharing economy for plants: Seed libraries are sprouting up 22.11.2018 Design & Innovation |
Agribusinesses vs. community agriculture — an American tradition?
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Wide Recalls Jolt Food-Supply Chain 23.10.2018 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Whole Foods, Walmart, Trader Joe’s are among the retailers affected by salmonella and listeria worries. More than a dozen companies have recalled millions of pounds of food.
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Uber Ambitiously Eyes 2021 for Food-Delivery Drones Launch 22.10.2018 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Uber Technologies envisions taking to the skies with a fleet of food-delivery drones in as little as three years, an ambitious timeline for a ride-hailing company that would face technical challenges and regulatory hurdles.
Conagra Posts Lower-Than-Expected Sales 27.9.2018 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Conagra Brands reported weaker than expected sales in its first quarter, despite an added lift from recent acquisitions.
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Nestlé to Explore Options for Skin-Health Unit 20.9.2018 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Nestlé is exploring strategic options for its skin-health unit, a business analysts say could fetch $4.1 billion, its latest move to narrow its focus to food and beverages as it faces pressure from an activist investor.
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Why Robots Are Producing More of What You Eat 11.9.2018 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Robots that see underpin the future of self-driving cars, humanoid robots and autonomous drones. Right now, they’re serving their apprenticeship sizing up the likes of sausages and frozen pizzas.
Natural Grocers Shrug Off Amazon-Whole Foods Threat 27.8.2018 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Sales at Sprouts Farmers Market, Natural Grocers and hundreds of other health-food retailers are up both in terms of dollar and unit sales a year after Amazon’s $13.7 billion takeover of Whole Foods.
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The Food Stamp Farce 23.8.2018 Wall St. Journal: Opinion
State evasions show the need for new work requirements.
Startup Producing Cell-Grown Meat Raises New Funding 16.7.2018 Wall St. Journal: US Business
German drugmaker Merck and a top European meat processor are backing a startup producing beef from cattle cells, ramping up a race to transform the global meat industry with cell-culture technology.
In deep water: Water economy is threatened by climate change 7.7.2018 Resource Efficiency |
With water quickly becoming a scarce resource, market innovations are changing the way we use it.
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Nestle in Talks to Buy Pet-Food Maker for $2 Billion 2.7.2018 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Nestlé is in talks to acquire a majority stake in Canada’s Champion Petfoods for more than $2 billion, as the consumer giant boosts investment in higher growth businesses to help offset its struggling packaged-foods operations.
Truelove prizes seeds and stories from around the world 2.7.2018 News
Since last fall, Owen Taylor has been partnering with small-scale farmers from around the region and beyond to source, save, and sell rare and culturally significant seeds.
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Senate Passes $867 Billion Farm Bill 29.6.2018 Wall St. Journal: Policy
The Senate on Thursday passed a five-year bill to reauthorize farm programs, aiming to complete work important to a key GOP constituency well before the midterm elections.
Two important stories about seed and Monsanto 20.6.2018 - News for the rest of us
Food & Health For decades, pockets of resistance around the world have been tracking and educating general publics about farmers' right to seed and the importance of not allowing corporations to patent seed or to manipulate genetic material for pure speculation and gain. Behind most of these stories of resistance has been the far-reaching control exercised by corporate giant Monsanto, particularly when it comes to demanding royalties on seed (harken back to Percy Schmeiser ) and modifying seed to be resistant to glysophate, a chemical pesticide it produces and sells under the brand of Roundup. Yes, we have all heard it said: Roundup Ready! Catchy and scary at the same time. This week two stories once again are showing how carelessness in food production and a lax regulatory framework, as well as popular pressure and resistance on food issues, can have dramatic results. These stories run deep. Canadian Biotechnology Action Network (CBAN) has been monitoring the regulatory climate around genetically ...
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Moon Jae-in's Gamble on North Korea Bears Fruit 15.6.2018 Wall St. Journal: World
After a run of diplomacy, South Korea’s leader finds himself in a vastly improved position, with key policy goals accomplished: direct U.S. engagement with North Korea, and a dialing back of military tensions between the adversaries. The summit in Singapore of President Trump and Kim Jong Un continued the momentum that Mr. Moon began in two earlier meetings with Mr. Kim.
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J.M. Smucker Net Sales About Flat as Consumer-Foods Division Struggles 7.6.2018 Wall St. Journal: US Business
J.M. Smucker reported quarterly results that showed sales declines for some of its well-established brands, even as the company tries to reshape its business around changing consumer tastes.
Tyson Foods Acquires Organic-Chicken Producer 5.6.2018 Wall St. Journal: US Business
Tyson Foods Inc. is making a push into organic chicken, striking a deal to acquire the Smart Chicken brand.
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Effects of E.coli Outbreak in Lettuce Ripple Through Food-Supply Chain 30.5.2018 Wall St. Journal: US Business
The outbreak of E.coli traced to romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Ariz., is expected to deal a multimillion-dollar blow to the food industry.
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Can Amazon Convince Whole Foods Shoppers to Join Prime? 16.5.2018 Wall St. Journal: US Business is offering new discounts for Prime members shopping at its Whole Foods grocery stores, adding another perk to its membership program after a 20% price hike.
P.F. Chang's Brings Sort-of Chinese Food to China 12.5.2018 Wall St. Journal: US Business
The first P.F. Chang’s restaurant to open in China calls itself an “American bistro”—and draws curious diners who want to know what Americans think Chinese food should taste like.
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