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3rd U.S. case of mad cow disease found in Alabama

The third U.S. case of mad cow disease has been confirmed on a farm in Alabama, the Agriculture Department has announced.

Egg Farmers' Recovery Efforts Following Avian Flu Outbreak

This infographic illustrates the process being taken to repopulate America's egg farms, from timelines and bird life stages to demonstrating the complexities of repopulation to egg customers, food processors, retailers and ultimately consumers.

GMA reacts to Farm Bill passage: 'Depression-era price supports'

GMA President and CEO Cal Dooley responds to the final passage of the Senate Farm Bill.

What the Farm Bill Holds for Food Processors

The new bill addresses major issues including commodities and country-of-origin labeling

Infected cow's herd mates test negative for BSE

Twenty-nine cows tested negative for mad cow disease after they were culled from the same herd where an infected cow had been found, the Agriculture Department said July 9. Tests of 38 more cows from the herd are pending, officials said.

Mars Building Massive Wind Farm in Texas

The wind farm will generate 100 percent of the electricity needs of all of 70 of Mars’ U.S. operations.

Inside the Latest U.S. Case of Mad Cow Disease

The April discovery of bovine spongiform encephalopathy only proves safeguards are working.

Dean says no to milk from cloned cows

Milk from cloned cows is not welcome at the nation's biggest milk company.

Culinary Farms Moves to a High Capacity Facility in Woodland, CA

The Woodland facility provides the quality of space Culinary Farms needs to continue its growth and to expand processing and technical capabilities for developing custom products for customers.

Another mad cow case found in Canada

Canada's Food Inspection Agency confirmed a new case of mad cow disease in the far west province of British Columbia. It was the fifth case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) detected in Canada since 2003 and the second this year.

Mad cow disease comes calling

Public confidence in the U.S. is unshaken -- so far

How the Produce Traceability Initiative is Helping Food Safety and the Supply...

Farm produce is ill equipped to answer the question, ‘Where did the food come from?’ That hasn’t stopped growers from building the infrastructure needed to satisfy the American public’s desire for transparency.

Meat Safety Under the Microscope

The initial bull market for beef created huge trade for low-priced, good quality meat. But it also opened the door to food safety and health issues.

Introducing The A-Maize-ing Adventures of Colonel Corn

Food Processing introduces The A-Maize-ing Adventures of Colonel Corn, a new monthly feature that will have you laughing -- and getting creative -- until the cows come home.

Dairy Trends 2014: Innovation Until the Cows Come Home

Bolder flavors, natural colors and better cultures are available for ice cream, Greek-style yogurt and other dairy products, so let the innovation begin.

Organic By Any Other Name

The boom in demand for organic foods and ingredients threatens to outpace supply. Yet some companies are coming under fire for allegedly “fudging” what is truly organic. The question is, do the cows have to be happy for the milk to be organic?

Farm Bill Needs Reform, Not Just Renewal

This country needs a farm bill that reduces excessive taxpayer-funded subsidies to wealthy farmers and eliminates agricultural market distortions.

Listeria Found in Multiple Products from Parkers Farm

Parkers Farm is recalling products because they have the potential to be contaminated with listeria monocytogenes.

Editor's Plate: Save the Planet, Save Some Money

Stonyfield Farm proves green can be the color of money.

IFT report examines public health, regulatory and economic issues related to ...

Developments in testing methods and effective risk management are important to the ultimate fate of transmissible spongiform encephalopathies like BSE (Mad Cow Disease) according to the latest report by the Institute of Food Technologists, issued this week and providing a timely, comprehensive ...

Lundberg Family Farms plugs into the sun, again

Continuing its commitment to environmental practices and creating clean, self-contained power on the farm, Lundberg Family Farms completed construction of its second solar array.

Pepperidge Farm Presents On-The-Go Baked Snacks

Pepperidge Farm Inc. encourages consumers to embrace wholesome snacking with the launch of Pepperidge Farm Baked Naturals.

Pepperidge Farm Develops Double-Fiber Bread

Pepperidge Farm does its competitors one serving better, delivering a tasty whole-grain bread that might take some getting used to.

2015 R&D Teams of the Year: Healthful, Authentic, Wholesome

While often used together, those terms separately describe our 2015 R&D Teams of the Year: Bolthouse Farms, Ruiz Foods and Among Friends.

Safeway Suspends Purchases of Chilean Farmed Salmon

Safeway stores suspending purchases of Chilean farmed salmon until more sustainable practices are enacted.

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