Can a rail strike – and by extension food shortages on shelves – be avoided?

Congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle promise to push forward this week legislation to divert a looming national freight rail strike that threatens significant job and financial losses and which could snarl still fragile supply chains, including for groceries, at a time when many American families will gather around their tables to celebrate...

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EIT Food sets the bar for food sector education in partnership with PepsiCo, et al

EIT Foodâs Learning Services for Employers programme â created with academic and corporate partners, including the University of Reading and the Fraunhofer Institute, and in consultation with industrial partners such as PepsiCo â provides a clear benchmark for the way practitioners across Europe deliver professional training in the food sector. ...

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Holiday spending: Grocery budgets hold steady for now, but shoppers seek relief elsewhere

To keep pantries stocked and food on the table â especially during the upcoming holidays â more Americans are cutting back on spending in other areas and modifying how they buy groceries as well as the types and amount of products they place in their carts, according to new research from FMI â The Food...

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European supplier CSM Ingredients eyes Latin America: ‘Our global growth strategy is centred on scaling up in other parts of the world’

CSM Ingredients is entering Latin America through a strategic partnership with Chilean player ICB. FoodNavigator catches up with CSM CEO Aldo Uva to learn more about how this expansion positions the European supplier for further growth. ...

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