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US cheese tariffs dampen mood at EU dairy conference

The imposition by the US of new tariffs on EU dairy exports overshadowed the agenda at this year’s European Dairy Association Congress in Vienna.

Trade Disputes Markets

Day ahead – Oct. 18, 2019: USMCA process, International starch group, Organic program

House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal (D-Mass.) was upbeat about Mexico’s efforts to implement the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). Meanwhile, the Corn Refiners Association (CFA) joined counterparts in other countries to form a new international starch group and USDA proposed multiple additions to the organic program's list of allowed and prohibited substances.

US Agricultural Policy US Food Policy

Production of imitation Italian cheese overtakes originals, Italian farmers report

Global production of non-original Parmigiano Reggiano and Grana Padano cheeses has surpassed the production volume of Italian originals thanks to the spread of imitations across all continents.

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Nutrition Programmes

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Day ahead – Oct. 2, 2019: WTO Airbus decision ahead & H-2A legislation in the works

The WTO today is expected to unveil their decision related to subsidies for Airbus and set the level of US retaliation allowed while USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue said the administration is working on immigration legislation and two former USDA secretaries are offering up their hopes for child nutrition program reauthorization.

US Agricultural Policy US Food Policy

Obesity and nutrition: Walking the healthy eating tightrope

It says something about the complexities of humanity’s relationship with food that, despite heavy regulation of the sector, and despite the undoubted sophistication of the sector’s marketing efforts, consumers are increasingly having to confront the question – will this food be good for me, or might it bring me to an early grave?

Food Policy Health and Nutrition

90% of school districts meeting or exceeding revised whole grain school meal standards

A new survey from the School Nutrition Association (SNA) released Tuesday (Aug. 20) says most school districts nationwide are on track to meet USDA’s updated and less restrictive requirements for whole grains.

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Food Safety & Standards

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Day ahead – Oct. 18, 2019: USMCA process, International starch group, Organic program

House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal (D-Mass.) was upbeat about Mexico’s efforts to implement the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). Meanwhile, the Corn Refiners Association (CFA) joined counterparts in other countries to form a new international starch group and USDA proposed multiple additions to the organic program's list of allowed and prohibited substances.

US Agricultural Policy US Food Policy

Production of imitation Italian cheese overtakes originals, Italian farmers report

Global production of non-original Parmigiano Reggiano and Grana Padano cheeses has surpassed the production volume of Italian originals thanks to the spread of imitations across all continents.

European Food Law US Food Policy

Dietary supplement industry urges Congress to intervene on CBD

Dietary supplement manufacturers are urging Congress to amend federal law to legalize use of hemp-derived cannabinoid (CBD) as a dietary ingredient, calling the move vital to protect consumers and to provide legal clarity for the industry.

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