Joan Murphy is the senior editor in charge of IEG Policy’s US Food Policy channel, where she provides comprehensive reporting on US food regulatory issues.
For more than two decades, she has written for Food Chemical News, covering legislation on Capitol Hill that impacts the food industry and food safety and labeling regulations as they develop in government agencies.
Before joining Informa, she served as a reporter for a public health association newspaper where she wrote on a wide variety of health issues. Before that, she reported on environmental policy issues for Washington, D.C.-based newsletters.
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The embattled Yuma, Ariz. growing region received some good news this week as FDA reported results of a 2018 sampling assignment of romaine lettuce taken from commercial coolers that found no Salmonella and one E. coli sample that turned out not to be pathogenic.
The swine slaughter rule, the US ban on Brazilian beef and the challenge of regulating cell-based meat were some of the issues touched on when IEG Vu’s sister title IEG Policy sat down with Mindy Brashears, USDA’s deputy under secretary for food safety, at a conference last month.
US cheese exports to China dropped by 46% during the first half (H1) of 2019, the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) reported this month.
The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has finalized a rule that allows the manufacture of pet foods or similar uninspected, inedible products in areas where edible products are being produced to continue outside hours of federal inspection.
FDA Acting Commissioner Ned Sharpless called attention Aug. 13 to the first warning letter fired off to an importer under the Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) and signaled the agency’s intent to enforce the foreign supplier requirements, particularly as part of an outbreak investigation.
US cheese exports to China dropped by 46% during the first half of 2019, the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) reported this month.