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Features: Cadmium: A Clandestine Threat to Food Safety

This poisonous heavy metal is occurring at increasing concentrations in agricultural systems

Departments: Scientific Findings: Breeding for Agriculture, Functional Beverages, and More

New research from Wiley's food science journals

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News: Metagenomics Research Aims to Protect Food

A collaboration between Mars Inc. and IBM will merge the skills of both companies to investigate the genetic fingerprints of bacteria, fungi, or viruses that are impacting the safety of the global food supply. This collaboration, called the Consortium for Sequencing the Food Supply Chain, was announced in January.

Columns: Whole Genome Sequencing

This emerging technology has potential to revolutionize food tracking, but some worry that using it as a monitoring and enforcement tool will expose companies to unnecessary risk

Departments: Scientific Findings: Date Labeling, Mycotoxin Control, and More

New research from Wiley's food science journals

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News: Food Safety Contest Offering $500,000 Prize Pool

The FDA is hoping that the prospect of $500,000 in prizes will spur the development of “potential breakthrough ideas” in foodborne pathogen detection—specifically, detecting Salmonella in fresh produce.

Departments: Scientific Findings: Wheat-Based Pasta, Sweet Potatos, and More

New research from Wiley's food science journals

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News: Genetic Research on Soybeans Provides Tool for Better Crop Yield

Genotyping of the more than 19,000 soybean accessions in the USDA Soybean Germplasm Collection will enable soybean breeders to develop and select seeds for better disease and insect resistance and other traits that are needed for specific field and climate conditions, according to a USDA researcher.

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