Fumonisin contamination in corn is an issue in feed production as such mycotoxins disrupt the metabolism of sphingolipids and reduce pig growth performance, finds a Kansas State University (KSU) team of researchers.
The American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) and over 60 US agricultural industry stakeholders voiced support for the World Trade Organization (WTO) yesterday [September 23] but they also encouraged WTO reform, calling some of its rules outdated.
All US food and feed facilities must renew their US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) registration between October 1 and December 31, 2020. Renewal is required every even-numbered year, and failure to renew results in a cancelled registration, says a...
Japan has joined China, South Korea and Singapore in terms of the Asian markets that have imposed a ban on German pork imports after the EU country confirmed its first case of African swine fever last week.
The much-awaited September USDA WASDE has confirmed views that up to 10MT of US corn production has been lost following the storms and prolonged dry period, noted Peter Collier, analyst, CRM AgriCommodities.
The first-ever public detection method for a gene-edited crop has been successfully developed and published, according to a group of non-governmental organizations, non-GMO food associations and a food retailer behind the development.