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Strategic plan outlines how FDA, CDC and USDA will tackle foodborne illness in next 5 years

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A trio of government agencies will work together in the next five years to improve methods for pinpointing the source of foodborne illness outbreaks as part of ongoing analytic efforts to improve food safety, according to a new strategic plan released March 24.

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FDA issues GRAS no objection letter for Sweegen's Bestevia Reb-M - which starts with the leaf, then undergoes 'enzymatic conversion'

NMPF CEO Jim Mulhern (left) and IDFA CEO Dr Michael Dykes (right) testified at a House Agriculture Committee hearing on the farm bill this week. Picture: NMPF

NMPF takes on plant-based ‘milk’ at House Ag committee hearing: ‘It’s a battle and we intend to win’

Manufacturers navigate greenwashing allegations

Manufacturers walk tightrope between demand for natural products and greenwashing allegations

Added sugar labeling is holding allulose back, says Tate & Lyle

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Vermont and Harvard law school launch national food strategy blueprint

The US food system is inefficient, researchers say, so they created a strategy blueprint

Claims by alleged former child slaves in West Africa did not 'touch and concern' the US with sufficient force. ©iStock/NiroDesign

Nestlé, Cargill and ADM cocoa child slavery lawsuit dismissed

Animal welfare movement ‘parallels’ the opportunities and challenges of the organic movement

Animal welfare movement ‘parallels’ the opportunities and challenges of the organic movement

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: Certified Transitional Organic

Soup-To-Nuts Podcast: Certified Transitional helps conventional farms make the switch to organic

USDA employees fear funding cuts, potential job losses

USDA employees fear funding cuts, potential job losses and data suppression under Trump

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