United States Department of Agriculture

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United States Department of Agriculture (USDA),

n.pr established in 1862, USDA is responsible for the safety of meat, poultry, and egg products. It conducts ongoing research in areas from human nutrition to new crop technologies and also helps ensure open markets for U.S. agricultural products.
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The agreement with China has been in the works for more than a decade and I'm pleased to see it finally come to fruition, especially knowing how greatly it will benefit our growers and industry," said U.
As Senators representing states with significant agricultural exports, we appreciate the careful approach the administration is taking to strengthen the NAFTA agreement, while ensuring that no changes are made that could result in harm to U.
The report, "The 2008-09 Recession and Recovery Implications for the Growth and Financial Health of U.
Serving up star power (actor Jeff Bridges, chef Tom Colicchio), a smorgasbord of statistics and an unblinking approach to the ways in which the U.
As you know from discussions with our leadership, it is imperative that any mandatory E-Verify legislation incorporate provisions for a workable, efficient worker program that encompasses all of U.
agriculture's ability to serve the needs of a growing world population with education and assistance focused on the unique interests of people and organizations aligned with U.
That is their main customer," RTI news quoted visiting U.
The author "assesses the good news and the bad news in the story" but clearly comes down on the side of "the good," asserting that "the development of U.
A recent ERS report provides estimates of the potential implications for U.
To measure the magnitude of the effects of a radically altered new national diet on agriculture, USDA's Economic Research Service recently issued a report that found, among other things, that if Americans were to fully meet the Guidelines' recommendations for fruits, vegetables, total grains and whole grains, U.