FDA has requested information and comments on the nutrition labeling of sugars that are metabolized differently than traditional sugars.
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The effort will bring more transparency to food trading across the border and allow both countries to gain better understanding of each other’s food safety system.
USDA is working to amend U.S. organic regulations, noting an increased need to strengthen oversight and enforcement of the production, handling, and sale of organic agricultural products.
The move should streamline the process and allow U.S. dairy exports to be well positioned to take advantage of new and changing regulations in foreign markets.
The proposed legislation would support development of an offshore aquaculture industry in the U.S. to increase the production of sustainable seafood and establish new economic opportunities in federal waters.
The landmark deal is in effect for the U.S. and Spain and the Netherlands, and opens up shellfish trade between the countries for the first time since 2010
New approach to record keeping is intended to pave the way for more digital, tech-enabled traceability systems
Meat packing giant to contest the fine, UFCW says fine is just a “slap on the wrist”
The new rule radically decreases the amount of time inspectors will spend in egg production facilities.
New research from the University of Georgia suggests that farmers can reduce foodborne pathogens by applying sanitizers to produce while it is still in the ground.