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October 2012 in pictures: GMO labeling, FNCE, Pepsi’s protein play… and ‘evaporated cane juice’ (aka sugar)

By Elaine WATSON , 01-Nov-2012
Last updated the 31-Oct-2012 at 15:17 GMT

The ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ campaigns for Californian GMO labeling initiative Prop 37 kicked into overdrive this month ahead of the Nov 6 vote; Pepsi hinted at a big protein-based product launch, Unilever put Skippy on the block and Chobani faced some healthy flak over its use of ‘evaporated cane juice’.

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