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Iraq bans poultry imports from 24 countries over bird flu concerns
Iraq has banned imports of frozen and live poultry products from 24 countries following an outbreak of avian flu in France.
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USDA releases new Dietary Guidelines edition to improve quality of health
The US Departments of Agriculture and Health & Human Services has released an updated nutrition guidelines for general public based on scientific recommendations to improve quality of health by eating right.
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Indian food regulator likely to do away with approvals if products have safe ingredients
By FBR Staff Writer
Indian food regulatory authority, Food Safety and Standards Authority of India, is likely to remove the system of approvals for food products if the ingredients used in them have received clearance before itself and are declared safe.
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Tougher food recycling targets in Scotland from January
By PKBR Staff Writer
Thousands of organisations in Scotland are being urged to act on new regulations to tackle food waste which are set to take effect from 1 January. Premises where food is prepared, sold or consumed, from hotels to hospitals, will have to separate any waste greater than 5kg per week for recycling or face a fine up to £10,000.
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US Congress passes spending bill that annuls COOL rule
The US Congress has passed the spending bill, which eliminated a country-of-origin labeling (COOL) rule. The World Trade Organization had earlier stated that COOL violates trade agreements and thereby allowed Canada and Mexico to impose a retaliatory tariff of $1.01bn.
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Zatarain recalls Red Beans and Rice Original over possible health risk
By FBR Staff Writer
Zatarain's is initiating a voluntary recall of 8 oz boxes of Red Beans and Rice Original with a "BEST BY" date of JUL 31 16Z distributed in the Midwest and Eastern regions of the US.
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US Congress likely to repeal COOL meat labeling law
The US Congress is likely to repeal the mandatory country-of-origin meat labeling (COOL) rule, which the World Trade Organization had stated violates trade agreements and thereby allowed Canada and Mexico to impose a retaliatory tariff of $1bn.
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Morrison Milling recalls corn products in US
By FBR Staff Writer
The Morrison Milling Company has initiated a voluntary recall of certain corn products due to the possible presence of fragments of flexible metal mesh caused by a faulty screen at our production facility which could present a choking hazard.
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Kroger recalls chocolate brownies over packaging error
By FBR Staff Writer
The Kroger has recalled Bakery Fresh Goodness chocolate brownies (16 oz, tub) sold in its retail stores because the product may contain walnuts not listed on the label.
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Blue Buffalo recalls chew bones over potential Salmonella contamination
By FBR Staff Writer
Blue Buffalo Company is voluntarily recalling one production lot of Cub Size Wilderness Wild Chews Bones.
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WTO rules in favor of Mexico in long drawn dispute over US tuna fish products labeling
The World Trade Organization (WTO)’s Appellate Body has ruled in favoured Mexico over the US in a trade dispute, stating that the US requirement for dolphin-safe tuna labels was discriminatory to Mexican fishermen.
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European Commission introduces IT tool to monitor cross-border food supply chain frauds
The European Commission has introduced a dedicated IT tool called the Administrative Assistance and Cooperation (AAC) to keep a tab on possible cross-border food supply chain violations of administrative information between national authorities in Europe.
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Patanjali Atta Noodles under Indian food regulator's scanner for launching without approval
Indian food regulator Food Safety and Regulatory Authority of India (FSSAI) has stated that the recently-launched Patanjali Atta Noodles by yoga guru Ramdev did not carry the regulator’s approval.
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FDA's final produce rule imposes undue burdens on farmers
By FBR Staff Writer
The Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) final rule for farms that raise produce for human consumption, "is going to be very damaging for the growing local food movement, and the millions of American consumers who want more access, not less, to healthy local foods," stated Judith McGeary, founder and Executive Director of the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance, and a farmer herself.
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US food regulator releases new guidelines for food processors to control allergens
The US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has released new rules for food processors to control allergens.
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