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Food safety, animal activists sue Iowa over 2012 'ag-gag' law

By Dan Flynn

Animal activists and the Center for Food Safety sued the state of Iowa in federal court Tuesday, claiming its law to prevent “agriculture production facility” fraud violates the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. The “ag-gag” law hasn’t seen much use in the Hawkeye State since its passage in 2012. Similar laws in other... Continue Reading

Salmonella source at cook-off still a mystery; dozens sickened

By News Desk

Public health officials in Virginia continue to implore anyone who attended a chili/chowder cook-off event Sept. 30 at the Chincoteague carnival grounds to fill out an online survey to help with a foodborne illness outbreak investigation. The Virginia Department of Health posted the survey after dozens of people reported becoming ill after the annual Chincoteague... Continue Reading

Raw milk producers refuse to believe positive Salmonella tests

By Coral Beach

The showdown in Washington continues between owners of the Pride & Joy raw milk dairy and state officials in regard to pathogens that state inspectors found in the dairy's unpasteurized organic milk. Tuesday the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) reported its latest test results, which confirmed Salmonella in the raw milk. Friday the department... Continue Reading

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