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Feature Column
CLFP staff traveled to Washington, D.C. in early August with a California Olive Association (COA) delegation that included olive processors and growers. The purpose of the trip was to meet with officials with federal agencies and members of Congress to discuss a wide range of priority issues.
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Admix, Inc.
Capitol News
California’s Proposition 65 law will soon be 25 years old, and much of its recent focus continues on foods, beverages and dietary supplements, even though the early years were mainly focused on industrial chemicals and contaminants, especially lead, in non-food consumer products. Although Prop 65 addresses only carcinogens and developmental and reproductive toxicants (DARTs), the number of such chemicals on the governor’s list now surpasses 800 listed substances, the largest such list in the world.
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On September 1, 2011 Senate President pro Tempore Darrell Steinberg and Assembly Speaker John A Pérez announced regulatory reform proposals to improve California’s business climate and create jobs. The CLFP has been a long-time advocate for regulatory reform, underscoring the need for economic analyses, transparency, and meaningful stakeholder involvement in the regulatory process.
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Regulatory Insights
2011 PROCESSING TOMATO PRODUCTION
Contracted production for California processing tomatoes is forecast at 12.2 million tons, averaging 47.47 tons per acre. The current forecast is down less than 1 percent from the 2010 crop. Similarly to last year, wet weather and cool temperatures were a factor this spring for processing tomato growers. The combination of disease and cool temperatures slowed plant growth.
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Konica Minolta, Sensing Americas, Inc
Announcements
Exhibit space for the 2012 CLFP Expo & Showcase of Processed Foods is going fast! More than half of our exhibit space has been reserved. Centrally located, unique and geared specifically to California's food processing industry, the CLFP Expo & Showcase of Processed Foods, Jan. 31 & Feb. 1, 2012, is being held at the Sacramento Convention Center, allowing for a broad and deep attendance from processing facilities throughout the region.
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