May was chock-full of positive news and insightful information for the food industry. If you didn’t have time to read the headlines, don’t worry — just take a few minutes to check out May’s most-read pieces.

1. General Mills is the Best Food Company to Work For, According to Forbes’ America’s Best Employers List

Every year, Forbes surveys U.S. workers to compile the America’s Best Employers List. Read more about how rankings are determined, where General Mills landed on the list this year, and how the food industry is performing overall.

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2. Food Brands Claim One-Third of America’s “Most Loved Brands” for 2018

Americans love food brands, as the “Most Loved Brands” survey shows. Check out this article to find out which food companies stole consumers’ hearts this year.

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3. Is 3D Printing the Future of Food Customization?

When you think of 3D printing, food probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Someday, that might change. Find out the implications 3D printing has for the food industry.

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4. Protein Still Firmly Planted in Shoppers’ Grocery Carts, With Millennials Leading the Charge

Everyone knows how important protein is to a balanced diet, but meat isn’t always the go-to source. In this article, we summarize new research on how Americans prefer to consume the macronutrient.

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5. FDA Puts Foot Down on Artificial Trans Fat

The FDA is continuing the fight against using artificial trans fat in food manufacturing, this time by denying a petition from the GMA. This article breaks down the decades-long fight against using the additive and why the petition was ultimately shot down.

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