The judge ruled that USDA didn’t consider worker safety when it lifted restrictions
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The research, commissioned by FDA, may help determine the agency’s regulatory path for CBD products
While eating products carrying the virus isn’t a health concern for humans, the disease can significantly impact the pork supply.
Agency reminds manufacturers to follow regulations on heavy metals, says it will set standards and limits in upcoming “plan.”
The FASTER Act, focused on sesame labeling, passes in the Senate and heads to the House
Last week’s freezing temperatures and resulting power and water outages have impacted dairy, agricultural, and meat and poultry sectors.
Congressional investigators found dangerous levels of arsenic and other metals in certain baby foods, a House oversight subcommittee said in a new report
Six poultry workers died and 12 were hospitalized due to a chemical leak at a Foundation Food Group plant in Gainsville, Ga.
The move reverses a Trump-era plan, and comes with both criticism and support from the food industry
The policy transfers regulatory oversight of genetically modified livestock from FDA