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GAO questions USDA plan to respond to potential FMD outbreak

The USDA would face challenges in fully implementing its planned response to an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) and limiting the impact on the livestock industry, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO).

Policy & Regulation Foot and mouth disease

FDA lifts import ban for GE salmon in wake of GMO disclosure rule

US consumers could soon be eating salmon that is genetically modified to grow twice as fast as conventional salmon.

Policy & Regulation Aquaculture

Potential sterility problems prompt Norbrook to recall products in US

Northern Irish company Norbrook Laboratories has recalled several lots of its injectable products in the US as a precautionary measure.

Norbrook Laboratories Policy & Regulation

FDA, USDA sign MOU to jointly oversee cell-based meat

The USDA and FDA have reached a formal agreement to jointly oversee foods made from cell-cultured meat.


USDA steps up actions to prevent ASF

Enhanced measures aimed at preventing the arrival of African swine fever (ASF) in the US have been revealed by the USDA, building on efforts rolled out last fall when the disease first reached China.

United States Policy & Regulation

US readying response to African swine fever

US federal and state agricultural officials are stepping up efforts to prepare for a possible outbreak of African swine fever (ASF), amid growing worries the disease is spreading in hog populations in China and Vietnam. 

African swine fever Policy & Regulation
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