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Spotlight on CPG Environmental Successes: Waste »

August 8, 2016

By: Meghan Stasz, Senior Director, Sustainability

Waste is a byproduct of just about every system- from the food or consumer products’ supply chain to manufacturing processes to individual households.

The consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry is always striving to be as efficient as possible to minimize waste in the system through packaging and manufacturing innovations and finding new value in what was once considered waste.

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The QR code debate…. It’s about the content, not the technology »

August 5, 2016

By: Jim Flannery, Senior Executive Vice President, Operations and Industry Collaboration

Over the past few weeks I have seen and heard a lot of opinions and complaints about the use of QR codes to provide consumers with the information they seek about the food, beverage, personal care, household and pet care products they use and consume.

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Celebrating Five Years of Facts Up Front »

August 4, 2016

By: Mary Sophos, Executive Vice President Policy & Strategic Planning

This year marks five years since the launch of Facts Up Front, the food and beverage industry’s voluntary front-of-pack labeling initiative. Facts Up Front makes it easier for consumers to access the most pertinent nutrition information they need in order to make the best choices possible.

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Shining the Spotlight on CPG Environmental Successes: A Blog Series Part One: Air »

August 2, 2016

By: Meghan Stasz, Senior Director, Sustainability

The consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry continues to reduce its environmental footprint. This week, GMA released the 2016 Environmental Success Stories in the Consumer Products Industry report, showcasing innovations in the categories of air, water and waste. 

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Summer Essential Food Safety Guide for Your Next BBQ »

July 25, 2016

By: Samantha Cooper, Manager, Food Safety and Quality Assurance and Jeanette Litschewski, Intern, Science Program Management

Nothing smells of summer quite like the scent of a grilled burger and veggies wafting across a picnic table of watermelon slices, red-mouthed Popsicle smiles, and sunburnt noses. Just like SPF protection for our shoulders, bug spray protection for our skin, and sunglasses for our eyes, it is important to make sure that all foods at your next BBQ are safe from potential hazards that the summer heat can bring.

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IARC, Please Make Up Your Mind – Does Coffee Cause Cancer? »

June 29, 2016

By: Manojit Basu, PhD, Technical Lead, Consumer Product Safety & Regulatory Affairs

Coffee, probably the third most widely consumed beverage in the world next to water and tea has been in the midst of several controversies and scrutiny for decades. There has been a lot of discussion within the scientific community and in the media on health benefits of coffee vs. risks.

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