Food Safety News - January 4, 2017 France begins 2-year test for county-of-origin labeling

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France begins 2-year test for county-of-origin labeling

By News Desk

A two-year trial period for mandatory country-of-origin labeling is getting underway in France, but it's not as likely to conflict with international trade rules as the U.S. COOL program did in recent years because it’s tied to the European Commission's work on the issue. Country-of-origin labeling (COOL) efforts in France will focus on 100 percent French... Continue Reading

Idaho squares off with animal rights group before 9th Circuit

By Dan Flynn

Oral arguments are expected to be scheduled in April in Seattle in an “ag-gag” appeal that has pitted Idaho officials against the Animal Legal Defense Fund in a constitutional battle. The case, Animal Legal Defense Fund et al v. Idaho Attorney General Lawrence G. Wasden, landed in the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals after U.S. District Court Judge... Continue Reading

Texas team develops oral vaccine against Salmonella

By News Desk

Researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston have developed an oral vaccine against the foodborne pathogen responsible for the most hospitalizations and deaths in the United States. It will likely take about five years before the Salmonella vaccine is available to the public, said lead researcher Ashok Chopra, professor of microbiology and... Continue Reading

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