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Andy Frame is the 2012-13 Marler Clark Graduate Assistant, a position awarded each year to a candidate from the University of Arkansas's Agriculture and Food Law L.L.M. program.  Frame earned his J.D. from Mississippi College School of Law and a journalism degree from Auburn University.  His professional experience includes a judicial internship with The Honorable David Chandler of the Mississippi Supreme Court, a law clerk position with Randall Segrest in Jackson, MS and a legal internship with the Office of Indigent Appeals in Jackson, MS.

Four years after a Salmonella outbreak was processed, packaged, and delivered to customers around the country, the Department of Justice charged five Peanut Corporation of America executives and employees with an array of federal crimes,
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More than a year after the deadly Listeria outbreak that stemmed from Jensen Farms’ cantaloupes was first detected, criminal charges have yet to be filed against the company, but the Food and Drug Administration’s website
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Prosciutto, lardo, bresaola, capicola, guanciale and soppressata. The opposite of fast food, and literally slow to make, these meats are examples of charcuterie, or what are most commonly known as cured meats. As the local,
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