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Tyson asks for fewer government inspectors at Kansas beef plant

Tyson Foods has petitioned the Trump administration to allow company employees to take over duties from federal inspectors at its Holcomb, Kansas, beef slaughter facility, a move that has drawn the ire of a consumer group.  

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Tyson asks FSIS for fewer government inspectors at Kansas beef plant

Tyson Foods has petitioned the Trump administration to take over duties from federal inspectors at its Holcomb, Kan., beef slaughter facility, a move that has drawn the ire of a consumer group.

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FDA seeks industry input on zero-day drug labels

The US FDA is seeking an update from meat and dairy producers on transit times and other industry practices to determine if 'zero day' withdrawal periods or milk discard times on animal drugs are still appropriate in certain situations.

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FDA seeks industry input on practices to inform 'zero day' drug labels

FDA is seeking an update from meat and dairy producers on transit times and other industry practices to determine if "zero day" withdrawal periods or milk discard times to animal drugs are still appropriate in certain situations.

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Van Hollen Accuses Perdue of backpedaling on deadlines for ERS/NIFA staff

Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) has accused Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue of backpedaling on their verbal agreement concerning deadlines for USDA employees who must decide whether to leave their jobs in the greater Washington, D.C., area, or move to Kansas City, where those jobs with the Economic Research Service (ERS) and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) are being relocated. 

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House votes to ban military’s use of PFAS chemicals in food packaging

The House on July 12 voted to ban the military’s use of per- and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS) compounds in food packaging and require expanded monitoring of the chemicals, which have been linked to cancer, weakened childhood immunity and other health problems.

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