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Articles from Food & Drink Weekly (May 29, 2006)

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Cereal Partners Worldwide, a joint venture between food giants General Mills Inc. and Nestle, plans to purchase an Australian cereal business for $375 million in cash. 121
Expert does not see avian influenza reaching U.S. soon. 102
House passes agriculture funding bill. Brief article 281
Japan to hold more public meetings about U.S. beef trade. 95
Mexico's Fox seeks to repeal HFCS tax. Brief article 130
New FDA recordkeeping rules to begin June 9. 314
Orange juice trade strong in 2006. 243
Southern Wine & Spirits of America unveiled two appointments designed to strengthen its senior operations and IT teams. 102
Tate & Lyle Sucralose, the U.S. subsidiary of British-based sugar group Tate & Lyle, has filed a suit in the U.S. District Federal Court for Central Illinois against a Chinese manufacturing group based in Hebei province and six U.S. importers of sucralose, alleging infringement of patented sucralose manufacturing technology. 149
Tuna companies win lawsuit over mercury warning labels. 323
Tyson Foods has announced a series of senior management changes. 251
U.S. proposes changes to International Coffee Organization. 267

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