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When the Washington Post, members of Congress, and 35 other organizations  raised concerns about a proposed modernization of a food safety and inspection process, we needed to provide a
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When the Washington Post, members of Congress, and 35 other organizations  raised concerns about a proposed modernization of a food safety and inspection process, we needed to provide a…
Written in response to: Eschewing obfuscation on poultry slaughter line speeds
Let’s be clear and stick to the facts when discussing line speeds in poultry plants. Parsing words and bending facts will have real victims:…
On Jan. 19, the U.S. Department of Agriculture released a proposed rule that would lift current caps on line speeds in pork processing plants and reduce federal oversight in these facilities.
The proposed rule is…
Editor’s note: California State Veterinarian Annette Jones submitted this letter in response to a letter posted from a group of faculty and staff from the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future at the Bloomberg …
Editor’s note: A group of faculty and staff from the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future at the Bloomberg School of Public Health sent the below letter to several California officials this past week.
From Michael J. Gilsdorf
This is in reference to your article, “Raymond to Perdue: Top food safety candidate is in your backyard” published Jan. 27.
I am the executive vice president of the…