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food production

the growth of animal and plant material, and subsequent cropping for human consumption.
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ONE of the fastest growing food industry clusters in the country is set to expand further with the development of three new office buildings.
Millions of Americans are sickening from the food they eat, last year 5,000 died, and obesity and diet-related diseases are on the rise: so Christopher Cook's examination of the food industry in America in Diet For A Dead Planet: How The Food Industry Is Killing Us provides much food for thought.
Since its inception, the food industry has aggressively promoted the technology, while consumers have generally avoided it and some school districts have banned irradiated food.
Now, the food industry is turning to nanotechnology as it searches for innovations that could bring safer, healthier, and tastier products to the public.
Now let's look at a few of the food industry's financial "investments" in politicians running for Congress or national offices.
For the food industry, the real money will never be in selling cheap corn (or soybeans or rice), but in using cheap raw materials to make the kind of snacks that consumers are willing to pay top dollar for.
The meeting was organized by the Northern Ireland Microbiology Discussion Group (NIMDG) and was well attended by several local stakeholders in food safety, including representatives from hospital and public health microbiology laboratories, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development of Northern Ireland, academia, and the food industry. The group heard presentations from Hugh Pennington, Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom, and.
was valued at $20.2 billion in 2002 or four percent of the total food industry. The market is expected to increase tat an average annual growth rate (AAGR) of 13.3 percent, bringing its value to $37.7 billion by 2007 and share as a percentage of total foods is expected to increase to 5.4 percent.
James has successfully run several companies in the food industry including North American Produce, ProduceOnline and most recently PrimeSource Food Service Equipment (No.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-12 September 2003-Norwegians have low confidence in food industry - report(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
WHO: The food industry has infiltrated the World Health Organization and influenced policies governing dietary guidelines and safe levels of pesticides and additives, according to a report by an independent consultant to the WHO that is cited in today's London Guardian.

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