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Sugar-free sweetener derived from GMO yeast could hit grocery stores in 2020

Minneapolis Star Tribune | 
Cargill Inc. and the Dutch ingredients giant Royal DSM this week began churning out a new sugar substitute that mimics ...
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Organic companies drop ‘anti-establishment tilt,’ partner with global corporations to meet surging ‘natural’ food demand

Star Tribune | 
Big Food and the organics industry are gaining an appetite for each other. With sales of conventional packaged staples lagging, ...
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Genetically modified healthier foods: Will consumers accept Cargill’s low-fat GMO canola oil?

Star Tribune | 
Rich Fletcher spent 11 years tinkering with the genetics of the canola plant in pursuit of a single goal: Lowering ...
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Judge dismisses lawsuit claiming ‘natural’ label misleads due to parts per million glyphosate herbicide

Star Tribune | 
A federal judge has dismissed a class-action lawsuit against General Mills over the company's use of "natural" to describe the ...
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How Cargill flubbed its non-GMO labeling partnership, angering farmers and consumers

Star Tribune | 
As soon as Cargill announced that an outside group had certified more than a dozen of its ingredients as non-GMO, ...