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FDA to ID Retailers Linked to Food Recalls

The move marks a change in course for the agency, which published draft guidance this week explaining the circumstances of when it could publicize store names involved in active recalls.

Wellness

WHO Backs Down on Recommending Soda Tax

The Lempert Report: The move is a contradiction of the organization's past positions.

The Lempert Report: The EU is proposing new bans, restrictions and labels on ocean-polluting items.

Industry partners warn the duties could have negative effects on suppliers, retailers and consumers alike.

The Lempert Report: Products that are not highly processed and contain corn or soy will likely have the disclaimer.

The bipartisan network of city leaders is striving to live up to the Paris agreement despite the U.S.' pullout.

Some plastic dissenters hope the move will allow for an overall ban, while others were disappointed.

The Lempert Report: The restaurant will offer up to $18 an hour.

The Lempert Report: Proposed symbols include a green leafy plant and even a smiley face.

The retailers are deploying the company’s Compliance & Risk Management Solution ahead of California’s new warning label requirements that take effect Aug. 30.

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