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Meeting this week will try to craft a national law that would pre-empt laws in Vermont and other states.
Reps. Pompeo and Butterfield will try again to pre-empt state labeling laws. The bill also requires FDA to define "natural."
Could be the answer to many consumer questions about transparency, including GMOs.
PHOs, artificial dyes, artificial flavors and HFCS to go between late 2015 and 2017.
Agency removes GRAS status for partially hydrogenated oils, gives industry three years to comply
It's mandatory, part print and part electronic, and it pre-empts the Vermont law.
Days after Senator Pat Roberts got the 'go' on his voluntary GMO labeling bill, a mandatory GMO labeling bill has been proposed by Senator Jeff Merkley.
Stewart Parnell gets 28 years, his brother 20, and the QC manager five for knowingly shipping salmonella-tainted peanut butter in 2008, killing nine people.
Support for USDA oversight comes from beef producers.
As reported by various news sources, U.S. Department of Agriculture officials announced July 27 that they are investigating another possible case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE).
Agency warns of standard of identity issue, minor health claims violations.
Iconic mustard has always used simple ingredients; other products under way.
While not all votes have been counted, theyre running 53 percent against.
The agency doubles the comment period for the possible ban on partially hydrogenated oils.
Pom sues Coke over pomegranate drink that is 0.3 percent pomegranate.
A recall from an E. coli scare in Costco's chicken salad is now spanning more than a dozen states.
Secretary Perdue said USDA submitted a plan, but Office of Management & Budget review is delaying publication.
Two recently released studies encourage people to eat seafood such as canned tuna for the substantial health benefits it provides people of all ages. However, California Attorney General Bill Lockyer is attempting to discourage canned tuna consumption by all population groups by forcing tuna ...
Farm, ranch and consumer reps want labeling to go forward.
Seeks consumer help in restoring meat in final guidelines.
Join the ranks of restaurants removing 'artificial' ingredients.
USDA and HHS secretaries reject advisory committee's recommendations.
International Agency for Research on Cancer shocks many, draws criticism from meat groups.
Many Parmesan cheese brands might be using cellulose filler, which is okay in certain amounts. But now Kraft Heinz and others were named in a lawsuit for using the filler in its "100% Grated Parmesan Cheese."