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Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream gets positive close out letter from FDA

By Kelsey M. Mackin

After a 2015 food-safety issue, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream is back in store, with more scoop shops, flavors, and respect than before. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a close-out letter, announcing that Jeni’s corrected the problems they were previously cited for, in the initial warning letter.   The company’s revenue has resumed since a health scare at a Whole Foods store... Continue Reading

Cattlemen sue USDA in federal court over County of Origin Labeling (COOL)

By Dan Flynn

State and national cattlemen's associations hope to team rope the  U.S. Department of Agriculture in federal court over  regulations that they say allow beef and pork to be classified as "domestic products" even when the meat products involved are imported from foreign counties to confuse American consumers and harm U.S. farmers and ranchers. It’s an... Continue Reading

Gov. LePage signs Maine food sovereignty into first-of-its kind law

By News Desk

Maine has officially withdrawn state regulatory control from 20 or more local communities that have passed so-called food sovereignty ordinances. Additional cities and towns have only to adopt such ordinances to fall under the local control act that has been signed into law by Maine Gov. Paul LePage. Adoption, however, may be more symbolic than... Continue Reading

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