Monday Links

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Animal Science

From farm to table, seedstock selection is the first step – Collegian Central

When people walk into the meat section in any market, many have an expectation of finding fresh, affordable, […]

Kick off June with Monday Links

[ SPANISH ] Happy June, everyone! Today marks the first Monday links post of June, and there is a lot of news happening in the world. Don’t have time to scour the interwebs for all of the big news stories? No worries — we have you covered. (Plus: Stay tuned for a special announcement at […]

A new week, a new Monday links

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Food safety

Proposed sanitary transportation rule packs a heavy load – The Acheson Group

The Acheson Group breaks down what is and is not in the latest proposed Food […]

Recover from the big game with the Monday links

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Food safety

FDA requests comments on draft methodological approach for designating high-risk foods under section 204 of FSMA – U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

FDA is seeking comments on a […]

Bundle up with the Monday links

Salmonella

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Food safety

Salmonella biofilms extremely resistant to disinfectants – Food Safety News

Once the bacterium forms a film, it can be very tough to eliminate.

Appropriations […]

Here are your 11-11 Monday links

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Food safety

Canada’s ag minister warns of “thickening” of border over COOL – Food Safety News

It’s the latest in the ongoing battle over the U.S.’s country-of-origin labeling (COOL) law.

For […]

Happy Monday! Here are your weekly links

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Food safety

FSMA implementation timeline set – Feed & Grain

A court ruled the final Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules must be published in the Federal Register by June 30, […]

The first official Monday links of summer

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Food safety

FDA enlists NC State to chart transmission routes for Salmonella – Food Safety News

The team will look at routes of transmission for Salmonella, in particular Salmonella Enteritidis, in […]

New week, new Monday links

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Food safety

House advances funding bill that bans horse slaughter, gives FDA a small boost – Food Safety News

The bill bumped up the budget for the U.S. Food and Drug […]

Get up to speed for 2013 with the belated Monday links

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Corporate

Neogen acquires Scidera Genomics – Neogen

Neogen’s genomics family has gotten bigger with the addition of the Davis, Calif. based animal genomics company.

Food safety

Chinese cities tighten food safety […]