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Gold Kist Farms Breaded Chicken Patty Recall [US]

US/Washington: Pilgrim’s Pride Corp., a Waco, Texas establishment, recalls an estimated 101,310 pounds of Ready-To-Eat Breaded Chicken Patties due to suspected rubber fragment contamination and consequential risk of oral damage, choking, ingestion, and GI tract laceration damage, all serious health and safety. 605 more words

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Saker ShopRites Chicken & Pork Empanada Recall [US]

US/Washington: Saker ShopRites, Inc. recalls an estimated 19,757 pounds of Chicken and Pork Empanadas due to undeclared Egg, a known allergen, source of dietary intolerance and possible triggers of Anaphylaxis, a serious and potential fatal situation, requiring immediate medical intervention. 707 more words

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Trump's Budget? A Travesty for Sustainable Food & Agriculture

The Trump administration’s FY19 budget was released l Monday and would reduce USDA’s budget by 25% making draconian cuts in the sustainable food and agriculture world. 589 more words

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Possible Salmonella Risk From Product Sold at Fareway Stores

IOWA  —  The USDA is warning Iowans about a possible salmonella risk.

The department tweeted out a warning about chicken salad products sold at Fareway stores. 104 more words

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Outcrossing between johnsongrass, sorghum studied

Dr. Muthu Bagavathiannan, Texas A&M AgriLife

Johnsongrass and sorghum might be considered “kissing kin,” but a Texas A&M AgriLife Research team wants to know if there is more going on in the grain sorghum production fields and bar ditches of South and Central Texas than meets the eye. 621 more words

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BeeMORE Undergraduate Summer Research paid internship

If you are an undergraduate science major who is interested in pursuing a career in STEM, there is an exciting new opportunity to develop your skills while studying the interface between microbes and bees.  201 more words

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USDA To Spend $17.5 Million In Pennsylvania To Eradicate Invasive Insect

BUCKS COUNTY (CBS) — The US Department of Agriculture has announced it’ll pony up more than $17 million in funding to fight an invasive insect that poses a threat to Pennsylvania’s crops. 177 more words

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