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Nearly four months after complete shutdown, Alabama plant cleared by health officials.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary's memo hints at developing AMS program.
French parent also promises to wean its farmers off GMO corn by 2019.
Failure of cloture vote only means more wrangling.
The USDA is now seeking public comments on a proposal for a nationwide research and promotion check-off program for the organic industry.
USDA overrules National Organic Standards Board's recommendation to remove seaweed-derived colloid.
Huge worldwide recall under way, but none of the tainted formula is believed to have made it to the U.S.
A fire at the MillerCoors' packaging plant in Milwaukee on Dec. 14 may have been triggered by a holiday light display.
U.S. Supreme Court rules beef checkoff program is constitutional
Plascencia could face charges in case of alleged chili finger hoax
An animal suspected of having mad cow disease was born before the implementation of the 1997 feed ban that prohibits cattle remains in animal feed, the U.S. Agriculture Department said on Monday.
A health advocacy group filed suit Tuesday against the dairy industry, accusing it of false advertising in its $200 million campaign that ties dairy product consumption to weight loss.
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.
In this letter, FDA clarifies its position on the use of the term "and/or" regarding nutritive sweeteners in the ingredient labels of soft drinks.
The former chief executive and chief financial officer of a now-defunct cheese maker have been indicted on charges they participated in a massive scheme with customers and suppliers to claim more than $600 million in nonexistent sales.
The Philippines is lifting a mad cow-related ban on U.S. beef, the Agriculture Department said Thursday. The Philippines had temporarily banned U.S. beef and beef products in June, after the United States confirmed a second case of mad cow disease in a Texas-born cow.
Wendy's International announced Tuesday it paid $100,000 in reward money to two tipsters who helped police crack the attempted finger-in-the-chili scam -- half to a woman too scared to let her name be known; half to a man ordered not to talk about it.
According to an exclusive report with the Reuters news service, Cargill said the new ground-beef packaging should debut in early 2014.
The three countries claim new country-of-origin labeling rule is worse than its predecessor.
A chemical spill at Taylor Farms' processing plant in Tracy, Calif., created a hazardous vapor that sent 20 people in a cleaning crew to the hospital.
After several failed WTO appeals, meat labeling may be reversed; Senate action expected soon.
The first turkey farms ravaged by the recent bird flu is approaching time to restock, though most of the farms affected are weeks away from introducing new flocks.