Seed Oil Free Certified Food Label Unveiled

All foods bearing the “Seed Oil Free Certified” Seal undergo laboratory testing to ensure they are free from all seed oils, including soybean, corn, and canola oil. Oils and refined fats including olive oil, avocado oil, coconut oil, butter, and other refined animal fats are permitted. Any consumer-packaged goods companies or restaurants that undergo the certification process are eligible to license the trademarked “Seed Oil Free Certified” seal for display on qualifying product packages, menus, and marketing materials.

CJ Foods bibigo Brings Korean ‘Sijang’ to Paris 

July 23, 2024 CJ Foods

Following the opening of its French subsidiary in May, CJ Foods is expanding its European presence through its global bibigo brand. CJ Group will be the main sponsor of KOREA HOUSE during Paris 2024, a public event (hosted by the Korean Sport & Olympic Committee) aimed at introducing K-culture to France.

National Study from Affinity Group: Families are Dining Out More than Ever, Prioritizing Convenience and Value

July 23, 2024 Affinity Group

One of the key reasons cited for this uptick in family dining is the desire to save time and effort. With busy schedules and a hectic work-life balance, families are turning to restaurants to alleviate some of the stress and burden of preparing meals at home. In fact, 60% of families surveyed reported that they dine out specifically to save time and effort.

New Jersey Department of Agriculture Highlights Summer Food Service

New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Ed Wengryn, U.S. Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service, and local representatives highlighted the success of the Summer Food Service Program in New Jersey with a visit to the Pemberton Early Childhood Learning Center in Burlington County.

Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Report Says Climate Risks Projected to Affect Fish Biomass Around the World’s Ocean

New projections highlight potential climate risks to exploitable fish biomass for nearly all regions of the world’s ocean, including top producer countries and those with high reliance on aquatic foods, according to a report released by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).