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New study finds takeout food increases PFAS exposure

A new study of consumers’ eating habits and associated blood-serum levels of per- and polyfluoroakyl substances (PFAS) appears to bolster concerns about the chemicals’ persistence, toxicity and impact on human health and supports avoiding the use of fluorinated chemicals in food contact materials (FCMs), according to the researchers. 

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Number of US foodborne disease outbreaks still down from 2015, says CDC report

Newly released statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show the number of foodborne disease outbreaks holding steady in recent years but still down from the 2015 level.

US Food Policy Compliance and Enforcement

USDA upholds slaughter of pigs unable to walk

A petition from animal welfare groups to require prompt, humane euthanasia of non-ambulatory disabled (NAD) pigs upon ante-mortem inspection at slaughter facilities--thus keeping them out of the food supply--was denied by USDA’s Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) in a Sept. 16 response. 

United States Hogs & Pork

USDA upholds slaughter of non-ambulatory disabled pigs

A petition from animal welfare groups to require prompt, humane euthanasia of non-ambulatory disabled (NAD) pigs upon ante-mortem inspection at slaughter facilities – thus keeping them out of the food supply – was denied by USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) in a Sept. 16 response. 
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North American pork producers, governments maintain vigilance against ASF

North American pork producers and government agriculture officials, vigilant against African swine fever (ASF), are crafting a new strategic plan for ASF prevention and preparedness in the region and funding a new program to work with producers and governments in Asia where an outbreak has decimated the pig population.

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North American pork producers, governments maintain vigilance against African swine fever

North American pork producers and government agriculture officials, vigilant against African swine fever (ASF), are crafting a new strategic plan for ASF prevention and preparedness in the region and funding a new program to work with producers and governments in Asia where an outbreak has decimated the pig population.

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