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Prop 37, the end of the Twinkie, and ConAgra gets Ralcorp: November 2012 in pictures

By Stephen Daniells , 30-Nov-2012
Last updated on 30-Nov-2012 at 16:06 GMT

It was a fascinating month for the US food and beverage industry, with California rejecting Prop 37, ConAgra Foods finally agreeing a deal to acquire Ralcorp, Hostess Brands throwing in the towel, and FDA exercising its FSMA muscle. 

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