U.S. House Agriculture Subcommittee Takes up Challenges in Global Food Supply Chain

On November 14, the U.S. House Agriculture Subcommittee on Livestock and Foreign Agriculture addressed the issue of invasive species and their impacts on the U.S. food supply chain. In his opening statement to begin the hearing Chairman of the Subcommittee, Jim Costa (D-CA) pointed out, “Along our southern border and in seaports across the country…

There’s So Much More To Agriculture…

A viable U.S. agriculture and food industry is the key to adequately supplying enough food, fiber, feed & fuel to the growing U.S. and world population in the future. Representing agriculture and food interests in Washington entails not only knowing who the key players are on the federal level, but also knowing how to connect with them. Legislation and regulations being considered by lawmakers and regulatory officials touches all aspects of food and agriculture including production, processing, storage, distribution, transportation, trade, food safety, biotechnology, retail and others.…

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