Traceability and Supply Chain
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Thirteen states on Monday (Dec. 4) asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a California law that forbids the sale of eggs from laying hens kept in cages too small for the birds to spread their wings and turn around.
The way the law treats auditors has changed and today everyone involved in the production and distribution of food products can be held responsible if they fail to do their job in preventing a foodborne illness outbreak.
Customs brokers are asking for a “soft compliance date" for the new federal seafood tracking system that starts Jan. 1, because the industry is unlikely to meet the extensive entry data requirements.
US authorities are reassessing Germany’s ability to satisfy US meat import requirements after finding a series of ‘systemic’ weaknesses during an audit carried out earlier this year.
After seeing hundreds of meat consignments turned back at EU borders in recent months, Brazil has raised concerns that the bloc is being overly strict when it comes to Salmonella in poultry.
Poultry imports into Denmark will have to comply with strict new Salmonella controls, according to a draft EU proposal sent to members of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Canadian pork exporters have moved a step closer to accessing EU markets as authorities there resolved a key issue preventing the industry from benefiting from the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA).
US Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue has accused European countries of using dubious food safety concerns to keep American poultry out of their markets.
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