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Malaysian agriculture minister unaware of post-MH370 Chinese boycott

Malaysian agriculture minister unaware of post-MH370 Chinese boycott | Agroindustry | Scoop.it
The Malaysian government has agreed to form a special committee to study the economic impact on trade and investment with China following the disappearance of Flight MH370 last month.
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Eco-friendly labels give foods a natural face

Eco-friendly labels give foods a natural face | Agroindustry | Scoop.it
Lightning Labels says putting natural-leaning food and beverage products inside sustainable packaging and labels can turn shoppers into customers.
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‘China must redefine and simplify its health-product registration’

‘China must redefine and simplify its health-product registration’ | Agroindustry | Scoop.it
The legislative office of China's State Council has been urged that its term “health-food product”, which refers to all dietary supplements, is too broad a concept and by definition can include “anything that is healthy for humans to consume”.
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Myths & Facts about Animal Antibiotics in Food Production


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Anna V. A. Resurreccion's curator insight, December 2, 2013 8:28 PM

 This article covers some of the most frequently asked questions about animal antibiotics in food production   

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Feeding 9 Billion: Vertical Farming - Singapore

For downloads and more information visit: http://www.journeyman.tv/?lid=65841 In Singapore, the challenge of feeding a growing population is pushing the conc...
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Let them eat truffles

Let them eat truffles | Agroindustry | Scoop.it
Also flavoured with dollars FOR cognoscenti, the height of Italian taste these days is not Prada or Maserati, but a food market called Eataly. Fruit and vegetables...
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Food Waste: The Next Food Revolution - Modern Farmer

Food Waste: The Next Food Revolution - Modern Farmer | Agroindustry | Scoop.it
The next food movement is about what you're not eating.
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Green groups applaud industry’s palm oil initiatives

Green groups applaud industry’s palm oil initiatives | Agroindustry | Scoop.it
Green lobby groups have welcomed recent initiatives from the food industry to improve the sustainability of its palm oil, while calling for further action.
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How Oreo owns social media through Twitter, Instagram, Vine and Pinterest

How Oreo owns social media through Twitter, Instagram, Vine and Pinterest | Agroindustry | Scoop.it

Oreo was the brand with the highest increase of ‘buzz’ in 2012, with a 49% higher online chatter than in the previous year.

 

How did Oreo achieve this and also continue to maintain this high level of engagement?

 

We’ve previously discussed on the blog about how Oreo is the king of agile marketing, and it's clear that Oreo has a marketing team that not only has a finger tightly on the pulse, but who can also react with whip-smart efficiency, humour and charm....


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, December 3, 2013 2:43 AM

Creativity and content marketing help Oreo rule social media.

Allison Emma Schizkoske's curator insight, December 3, 2013 10:07 PM

it seems like oreo knew they were doing. the cobcersation between oreo and xbox is a great way to get attention to the brands

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Will Kosher Food Be The Next Big Food Trend? - FailedMessiah.com

Will Kosher Food Be The Next Big Food Trend? - FailedMessiah.com | Agroindustry | Scoop.it
Will Kosher Food Be The Next Big Food Trend?
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Kosher chicken was just found to have much higher levels of antibiotic resistant e. coli bacteria than non-kosher chicken – a well-reported food industry fact Forbes does not report.
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Global Food Production to Decrease 2 Percent Every Decade Due to Climate Change

Global Food Production to Decrease 2 Percent Every Decade Due to Climate Change | Agroindustry | Scoop.it
Food prices are already on the rise, and are expected to rise 40 percent in the decades to come as drought and other climate related impacts take their toll.
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