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ND bill would allow raw milk sales despite 'inherent risks'

By Coral Beach

A North Dakota bill that would allow producers to sell unpasteurized, raw milk direct to consumers says dairies won't have to do anything to control "the inherent risks" and that people who buy the milk "assume the inherent risks," including death. Sponsored by nine state representatives and two state senators — all Republicans — House... Continue Reading

Rules for Safe Food for Canadians Act reach final review phase

By Dan Flynn

Canada is running a couple of years behind the U.S. when it comes to overhauling its basic food safety law, but very shortly it will catch up. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has opened a three-month public comment period on new food safety rules to implement Canadian law. Referred to as a “consultation period” under Canadian... Continue Reading

Top food safety job and others remain to be filled at USDA

By Dan Flynn

With the somewhat tardy appointment of former Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue as secretary of agriculture combined with Senate Democrats taking their time with the confirmation process, there's going to be a backup of some other important appointments at USDA and across the federal government. And the backup is occurring even though one man came close to... Continue Reading

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