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FULL STORY: Ainsworth Pet Nutrition to be sold in $1.9 billion deal
Meadville Tribune, Pennsylvania - April 5, 2018

Ainsworth Pet Nutrition LLC, the Meadville-based pet food company, is being sold to J.M. Smucker Co., the Ohio-based maker of jams, jellies, coffees and pet food, in an all-cash deal valued at $1.9 billion.The deal was announced late Wednesday afternoon in a ...

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Meadvilles Ainsworth Pet Nutrition sold in $1.9 billion deal
GoErie.com, Pennsylvania - April 4, 2018

Thursday Apr 5, 2018 at 12:01 AM Apr 5, 2018 at 6:15 AM The sale was announced late Wednesday by L Catterton, a private equity firm that has partnered since 2014 with the Lang Family, which founded the pet food company.Jim ...

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Experts tout the benefits of an anti-inflammatory diet
6abc.com, Pennsylvania - October 28, 2017

Experts tout the benefits of an anti-inflammatory diet. Registered Nurse Ali Gorman reports during Action News at 5 p.m. on October 27, 2017. (WPVI). WPVI. By Ali Gorman, R.N.. Friday, October 27, 2017 09:58PM. Many health experts are touting the

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Lawsuit accuses diet soft drink makers of misleading consumers
6abc.com, Pennsylvania - October 20, 2017

The Calorie Control Council, whose members include manufacturers of artificial sweeteners including aspartame and the makers of diet soda said: "Reduced-calorie products are an important tool in helping consumers improve their diet and lose weight.".

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Conquering Crohn's: Managing inflammation with diet
FOX43.com, Pennsylvania - September 14, 2017

YORK, Pa. -- Fueling your body can be difficult when your body is fighting itself. It's a lesson people living with Crohn's Disease know all too well. The best they can do is to try to control damaging inflammation. Hundreds of thousands of people living with ...

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Personalize your diet to kick start summer weight loss
6abc.com, Pennsylvania - May 23, 2017

Emily Pierce, R.D. for OnPoint Nutrition helped Melissa plan what to toss into her shopping cart for meals and snacks, and she also helped her curb emotional eating. Over four months Melissa dropped 30 more pounds and has gone down four pants sizes.

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Kids Health Matters: Food allergies and nutrition
6abc.com, Pennsylvania - May 3, 2017

While nursing him, Ardra eliminated dairy, eggs, and other foods from her diet to ease his stomach problems. But even more sensitivities arose with regular food. "Like rice milk - he can't have rice milk," she said. After a long stream of doctors

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EATING WELL: Where Mediterranean foods meet the diet
Indiana Gazette, Pennsylvania - April 30, 2017

The Mediterranean Diet is said to be one of the most healthful in the world. It emphasizes fruits and vegetables while minimizing red meat. It features plenty of fish, along with poultry. It uses oil instead of butter, and herbs and spices instead of salt.

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Nutrition
Quad (subscription), Pennsylvania - February 13, 2017

When choosing a drink to reload those electrolyte levels, check out the nutrition levels for additives such as high fructose corn syrup, glucose, fructose, sweeteners and dyes. If these types of sports drinks aren’t for you, try looking for water with added electrolyte ...

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The cost of nutrition: higher prices hinder healthy eating
Scranton Times-Tribune, Pennsylvania - January 3, 2017

“People who are food insecure are disproportionately affected by diet-related chronic diseases,” said Gretchen Hunt, a dietician and director of resource development at the Commission on Economic Opportunity, the Weinberg food bank’s parent organization.

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Life Lessons: Low cal diet, good RX?
WFMZ Allentown, Pennsylvania - December 15, 2016

We all know a low-calorie diet can help you lose weight, but could it do even more for your health?Research shows periodic fasting - eating very little for a couple of days followed by a few days of “normal healthy eating” - improves asthma symptoms and reduces ...

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Life Lessons: Nutrition myths
WFMZ Allentown, Pennsylvania - November 23, 2016

45 million Americans diet each year, but two-thirds of Americans are still overweight or obese. One reason could be misinformation about what’s “healthy”. Here are some nutrition myths not to be fooled by.Myth number one: coffee is bad for you. But is it? ...

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Life Lessons: Nutrition in a pill: Worth it or worthless
WFMZ Allentown, Pennsylvania - October 10, 2016

It can be challenging to get all the nutrients you need for a healthy diet which is why many people turn to supplements, including vitamins and dietary pills. Some experts say they can help, while others say they are not worth the money. But do they really make ...

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Diet 'obsessed' Pa. mom fed malnourished infant only small amounts of nuts and berries: Police
PennLive.com, Pennsylvania - October 6, 2016

Elizabeth Hawk, 33, of Uniontown, is charged with child endangerment as a result of her alleged devotion to the vegan diet plan, one family members say caused her son to suffer from rashes so severe they impeded his ability to crawl and impeded his deve

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Fettke's low-carb diet wins support
The Mercury, Pennsylvania - October 4, 2016

His position appears to be supported by the Diabetes NSW/ACT website, which says people on a low-carb diet show âgreater reductions in their diabetes medication requirements, greater improvements in their blood lipid profile and better blood glucose ...

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