A recent survey by USDA’s Economic Research Service estimates 133 billion pounds of all food available for consumption in the U.S. went uneaten in 2010 and 58.4 billion pounds of that was in the meat, poultry and fish category.
The FDA is delaying the estimated $150 million food safety rule that would establish new sanitary requirements for truck drivers, shippers and trains transporting human and animal food across the country.
The House of Representatives passed the Water Resources Reform and Development Act on Tuesday which will authorize modernization of the locks and dams on the Mississippi River and harbor projects important to agriculture.
The film "Fed Up" debuted over the weekend and Katie Couric, one of the producers of the film, is now asking people to visit the Fed Up website and join her challenge to avoid eating sugar-containing products and flour for 10 days.
Developing renewable energy presents an enormous economic opportunity for rural America according to Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack.Vilsack says new funding provided through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Energy for America Program will help farmers, ranchers and rural small business owners incorporate renewable energy and energy efficiency technology into their operations while creating jobs and helping America become more energy independent.
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