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Food Safety Modernization Act Creeping Forward

FSMA is the largest overhaul in food safety regulations in more than 70 years, and some delays were forced as agricultural stakeholders fought for more practical, flexible, and effective interpretations of the law.

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Texas Farmers Suffer Extensive Crop Losses In Wake Of Harvey

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