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Fed action urged to cut food salt levels (Moldova.org)
The Center for science in the Public Interest says local and state health officials want the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to reduce food salt levels.The comments from health officials came in response to the FDA's request for public input on a petition filed by the CSPI urging the agency to revise its generally recognized as safe, or GRAS, status of salt and to limit sodium levels in ...
Fed action urged to cut food salt levels (UPI)
WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 (UPI) -- The Center for science in the Public Interest says local and state health officials want the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to reduce food salt levels.
40 students in hospital with food poisoning in Chennai (New Kerala)
Chennai, Aug 27 : Forty students of Central Schools from Kerala, Pondicherry and Tamil Nadu who were in Chennai to participate in a science exhibition have been admitted to a hospital with symptoms of food poisoning.
CFIA system keeping food inspectors too busy: union (CTV Winnipeg)
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency's new safety tracking system is keeping inspectors out of actual processing facilities and in the office, says a union official.
Breaking News on Food Processing & Packaging (Food Production Daily)
Daily news on food processing and food packaging providing information and market reports to food processors regarding processing machinery, packaging materials & food equipment (separators, food handling, bottling, conveyors, meat processing, canning, labeling,...).
Sayre tapped to lead biofuel research at Danforth Plant Science Center (BizJournals)
Biofuels researcher Richard Sayre has been named director of the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Institute for Renewable Fuels at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in St. Louis.
Journey to August Moon (The Nassau Guardian)
Alexandra Lynch has a degree in political science, but a passion for food, that has birthed a woman who seems to turn out perfect tasting food anytime she puts her mind to whipping up a little something, whether it be Greek, Bahamian, Vietnamese, Thai, Moroccan, African or whatever.
FDA OKs blood test for heart transplant rejection (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
Government regulators on Wednesday cleared the way for broader use of a blood test that can spare heart transplant patients the ordeal of repeated biopsies to check if their bodies are rejecting the new organ. The Food and Drug Administration said the test, called AlloMap, is an example of how the science of genetics is changing the practice of medicine. The test analyzes certain kinds of ...
40 students in hospital with food poisoning in Chennai (Calcutta News)
Forty students of Central Schools from Kerala, Pondicherry and Tamil Nadu who were in Chennai to participate in a science exhibition have been admitted to a hospital with symptoms of food poisoning.
Technology turning chocolate into a sweet science (CNN.com)
NEW YORK (AP) -- As a software developer who worked with NASA, Timothy Childs built vision-tracking systems for the space shuttle. Now the former techie has a new venture that he says is out of this world: chocolate.