Traceability and Supply Chain
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General Mills is scoring points for sharing plans to reduce pesticide use in its agricultural supply chain, detailing its strategies for promoting regenerative agriculture and integrated pest management (IPM) techniques as well as expanding organic production and promoting pollinator health.
Asia’s problems with African Swine Fever worsened on Wednesday (August 14) as Myanmar confirmed its first case of the disease.
Vietnam and Cambodia were added to the list of regions where African swine fever (ASF) has been confirmed, following detection of the disease in both countries' pork herds earlier this year, according to notices from USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) dated August 8 and published today (August 14) in the Federal Register.
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.
Brazil’s citrus sector has restricted the use of the insecticide dimethoate in production of fruit for juice and for export as fresh produce, in response to the European Union’s decision not to renew its authorisation due to risks identified in its reassessment.
A lack of clarity over the next EU Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), largely due to the uncertainty around Brexit, could mean the new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will not be implemented until 2023.
Indonesia’s moratorium on new forest clearance - first introduced in 2011 and repeatedly extended - has been made permanent.
A judge dismissed lawsuits alleging several pork companies conspired to limit supplies and boost prices. Meanwhile, six states sued EPA over its decision not to ban chlorpyrifos and findings about a Salmonella strain by Kansas State researchers are said to underscore the need for coordination between researchers, regulators.
Canada’s government is coming under pressure to compensate meat producers for harm caused by an ongoing trade dispute with China.
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