Food processing is one of the fastest growing sectors in the US food industry.
And while it may not be the most healthful, it is by far the fastest-growing, according to a new report by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF).
According to the USDA, food processing has seen an increase of almost $30 billion over the past decade.
That’s about a 1% growth in food processing revenue, according the AFBF.
The report states that processed food sales are projected to grow by nearly 2% a year for the next decade.
While the industry is growing rapidly, that growth may not translate into higher food safety standards or healthier diets for the average consumer.
The new report, which was released today, is just the latest piece of evidence in the industry’s struggle to survive.
As the industry continues to grow, consumers are increasingly turning to products made in other countries to supplement their food supply.
But what does it mean for food processing and how does it compare to food production in the rest of the US?
The report finds that processed foods like baked goods, candy, pasta, ice cream, and even cereal are significantly less unhealthy than their counterparts in other industries.
The AFBF points to a growing body of evidence showing that food produced in countries like China and India has a higher average fat content and higher sugar content than food produced by Americans.
These foods are often produced in extremely harsh environments and can also contain dangerous ingredients, like MSG and antibiotics.
And while some processed foods are labeled as “organic,” they are not organic in the sense that they don’t use animal products or animals in the production process.
Instead, they use fertilizers, pesticides, fertilizers that come from outside the country, and antibiotics that are not regulated by the FDA.
To get a sense of how processed food has fared in other parts of the world, AFBF analyzed data from the World Health Organization and the World Bank.
It found that while food production is increasing in some countries, such as China and the US, other parts, like the UK and India, are experiencing the same problems.
The USDA’s report also points to evidence that some processed food ingredients are not actually organic, like corn syrup and corn oil.
They are commonly found in many other countries, including Europe, the UK, France, Canada, and Australia.
This may explain why some processed items are so unhealthy, according AFBF president and CEO, Mike Taylor.
He said that “organic” labels on processed foods do not mean that they are safe.
Instead, they imply that the food has been processed with organic ingredients and ingredients that are safe to eat, such the corn syrup.
And he said that it’s important to understand that these ingredients are typically used as preservatives, which can increase the risk of diseases and allergies.
“The organic label does not mean the food is healthy,” he said.
“It just means that the manufacturer is using less food, less labor, less energy, less land, less water, less pesticides, less fertilizers.
That is a lot of less food that is being produced.”
As the US continues to increase the number of food processing jobs, Taylor is worried that the industry will lose its foothold in the country.
He said that while the number and growth of the food processing industry may be slowing, he believes that the US will continue to see growth in the coming years.
He noted that there are currently over 8 million food processing employees, more than double the amount that were employed in 2001.
But while food processing is expected to grow in the United States, he also said that the overall economy is expected, with the food industry accounting for just 3% of total employment.