Dynamic Systems launches new produce traceability software

Dynamic Systems has launched the new SIMBA software. The PTI Labeling System is designed to provide cranberry processors the ability to conform to GS... continue reading »

House approves bill on GMO labeling

Legislation on the labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMO) has passed through the U.S. House of Representatives and now heads to the Presiden... continue reading »

NGA applauds Senate vote to advance food labeling measure

The National Grocers Association (NGA) applauded the U.S. Senate for invoking cloture on S. 764, a bill that includes reforms to biotechnology labelin... continue reading »

US Senate reaches deal on GMO labeling

Senate lawmakers reached a deal Thursday, June 23 to label foods containing genetically modified ingredients, just eight days before Vermont's first-i... continue reading »

United Fresh publishes white paper on Vermont labeling law

United Fresh Produce Association has published a white paper and legal backgrounder to assist member companies in understanding and complying with a ... continue reading »

Red Gold completes transition to non-BPA, non-GMO

Red Gold has transitioned nearly all (90 out of 93) of its canned tomato products produced under the company’s four brand labels to non-BPA/BPS-... continue reading »

Dynamic Systems upgrades label tracking

Dynamic Systems, based in Redmond, Washington, now has an upgraded tablet for the SIMBA line of barcode tracking solutions (SIMBA). The mobility of th... continue reading »

ConAgra to add GMO labeling

ConAgra Foods announced it will begin adding labels nationwide to products with genetically modified organisms (GMO) by July to meet Vermont’s GMO l... continue reading »

Senate Agriculture Committee passes biotechnology labeling bill

U.S. Senator Pat Roberts, R-Kan., Chairman of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, today held a business meeting where the Cha... continue reading »

Trade groups react to proposal for federal uniform labeling

The U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry will hold a meeting Feb. 25 to consider a proposal on genetically modified organisms ... continue reading »