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USDA proposes a new strategy for keeping salmonella out of chicken

It intends to adopt a new regulatory framework that could keep contaminated product out of the supply chain.


How Canada’s restaurants intend to fix some familiar-sounding problems

The top challenges are the same ones facing operators on this side of the border. The solutions, not so much.

In its new proposed rule that defines “healthy” on packaged food labels, the Food & Drug Administration is cracking down on sugar and nutrient fortification of junk foods.

White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health kicks off strategy to eliminate hunger in America by 2030 and reduce diet-related disease.

Help Wanted ads will be required to carry a pay range, and potential hires can't be asked about their past pay levels.

The USDA has started funding the startup of more processors in hopes of curbing prices through competition. The program is one of several revealed by the White House with implications for restaurants.

The operators allegedly hatched and executed a scheme to cheat a feeding program for children.

The U.S. Department of Labor charged Indiana-based H&H Coldwater with 102 infractions of the limits for 14- and 15-year-olds.

The industry's Hail Mary is using the 2024 ballot to enlist voters in the cause. Meanwhile, nine states are emerging as future battlegrounds.

Enforcement will be halted until a court challenge is decided, marking at least a temporary victory for duck farmers and fine-dining restaurants.

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