Another month is here, and we’re nearing the end of the year. In case you missed them, here are our most popular posts from October. 

#1. Top 10 OSHA Violations in Food Manufacturing in 2019

In the fiscal year 2019, OSHA issued a total of $7,171,513 in fines from 1,168 citations to the food manufacturing industry. Take a look at the most frequently cited standards.

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#2. The Food Retail Pulse: The Good, the Bad, and the Blurry

A new report from the Food Marketing Institute highlights the current challenges, growth opportunities, and optimism of food retailers across the U.S. and Canada.

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#3. Whole Foods Predicts the Top Food and Beverage Trends of 2020

After drawing on the expertise and experience of its team members, Whole Foods came up with several trending topics, flavors, and ingredients that could shape the industry next year. 

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#4. The Rise and Fall of Grain-Free Pet Food

For several years, consumers saw grain-free pet food as a healthier option for their animals, and, as a result, its sales grew steadily. But could grain-free’s reign be coming to an end?

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#5. For Food Label Claims, Healthy Is Good, But Tasty Is Better

We know consumers want healthier food — they’re cutting down on calories, fat, sugar, and salt, and seeking quality nutrition. But, as it turns out, taste-related labels have more influence over them. 

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