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February 8, 2017

Top Food News

How Trump's USDA Could Be Bad for Pets

Good news for "puppy mills"—bad news for puppies. For more than 10 years, the US Department of Agriculture posted documents exposing animal welfare violations on a section of its website. Then last Friday, without warning, the agency removed the section entirely. Here's what that means for horses, puppies, and anyone trying to keep tabs on animal abusers. (Mother Jones)

A produce farm under fire. Some of the people prepping vegetables for your fast food aren't too happy with their working conditions. (Mother Jones)

Keeping a close eye on chicken. Tyson faces allegations (that it denies) that it conspired with rivals to fix poultry prices. (Reuters)

Maybe let's stop feeding fish other fish. Inside the race to create vegetarian feed for the sea creatures we eat. (Wired)

Food fight ahead? Some US farmers are worried about a possible trade war. (The Los Angeles Times)

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Food policy under Trump. What's that going to look like? (Good Food)

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