Dog Food and Snacks Share, Growth, Size, Trends, Regional Overview, Leading Company Analysis and Forecast to 2020

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Feb 05, 2021 (Market Insight Reports) —
“Dog Food and Snacks Market Data and Acquisition Research Study with Trends and Opportunities 2019-2024,The study of Dog Food and Snacks market is a compilation of the market of Dog Food and Snacks broken down into its entirety on the basis of types, application, trends and opportunities, mergers and acquisitions, drivers and restraints, and a global outreach. The detailed study also offers a board interpretation of the Dog Food and Snacks industry from a variety of data points that are collected through reputable and verified sources. Furthermore, the study sheds a lights on a market interpretations on a global scale which is further distributed through distribution channels, generated incomes sources and a marginalized market space where most trade occurs.

Along with a generalized market study, the report also consists of

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Congressional report finds ‘high levels of toxic heavy metals’ in tested baby foods

(NEXSTAR) – A host of top baby foods are contaminated with heavy metals, a new congressional report found.

The House Committee on Oversight and Reform conducted the study, finding “high levels of toxic heavy metals” in certain baby foods, including arsenic, lead, cadmium and mercury.

The report references a 2019 study that found 95 percent of baby foods tested contain toxic chemicals, including lead and arsenic.

Four companies, including Nurture, Beech-Nut, Hain and Gerber, responded to the committee’s request for information. Walmart, Campbell and Sprout Organic Foods refused to cooperate.

Exposure to heavy metals can cause “permanent decreases in IQ, diminished future economic productivity and increased risk of future criminal and antisocial behavior in children,” according to the report. Toxic heavy metals also endanger infant neurological development and long term brain function.

The results from the study found “multiples higher” of heavy metals

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Best restaurants to book your CNY dinner for a festive celebration in Singapore this 2021, Lifestyle News

1. Blue Lotus

Blue Lotus is going huge this CNY with its three different dine-in and takeaway menus to kick start the Year of the Ox! Choose between the vegetarian Longevity Set Menu ($68++ per pax), Happiness Set Menu ($88++ per pax, minimum 4 to dine) and the Prosperity Set Menu ($108++ per pax, minimum 4 to dine).

Savour mouth-watering must-haves like its Signature Norwegian Salon Yu Sheng, Steamed Marble Goby Fish, Salt Baked Herbal Chicken and many more. What else to look out for?  Its Slow Roast Spanish Style Suckling Pig ($268++) is sure to keep the senses peeled.

Early Bird Promo

Enjoy 10 per cent off when you purchase/book any of the packages here by 31 Jan, 2021. (Promo code: CNY21)

*Gold members receive $50 return voucher on top on early bird discounts when you spend >$250.

When: Feb 12, 13 and 14, 2021

Cost:

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New GMOs Created by Synbio Threaten Food Supply

BELLINGHAM, Wash., Feb. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — In an article published on January 28, 2021 in Nutrition Business Journal, synthetic biology (“synbio”) was identified as a major threat to the North American supply of food and supplements at grocery stores. In particular, natural and organic food brands, retailers, and consumers are in danger of finding these unregulated and unlabelled GMOs in their shopping carts.

The past five years have seen an explosion in startup biotech companies using these new GMOs to create ingredients and products. The Non-GMO Project has tracked a 250 percent increase in biotech companies — now numbering more than 400. Many of these start-ups hope to sell to consumers who believe they are buying purely natural products. And the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard, passed by Congress in 2016 and launched in 2020, will not apply — meaning these products are not required to carry a GMO

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