Mapping environmental justice

March 4, 2021

An old tool getting a Biden update An Obama-era EPA mapping tool called EJScreen is being updated and improved for use in support of the Biden’s Administration’s environmental justice objectives. Initially, the mapping tool helped …

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Talking vaccines: Best practices for communications

March 4, 2021

President Biden this week announced that enough COVID-19 vaccines will be available for all U.S. adults by the end of May. The FDA approvals, varied distribution protocols by state and rollout of the coronavirus vaccine …

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Free biosecurity webinar series: Prevention is key to stop avian influenza

March 4, 2021

Recent cases of HPAI have been confirmed in Europe, Asia and Africa, and many poultry owners and producers are concerned about spread of the virus to their flocks. As the bird migration season is upon us, …

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UEP: FDA rule needs simplification, clarity

March 4, 2021

A proposed rule to expand traceability requirements for high-risk foods is unnecessarily complex and should be rewritten, UEP said in comments filed with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). UEP said the regulation “is unnecessarily …

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UEP congratulates USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack

February 24, 2021

Atlanta, Georgia, February 24, 2021: The below statement can be attributed in its entirety to Chad Gregory, president and CEO, United Egg Producers: “Egg farmers congratulate Secretary Tom Vilsack on his overwhelming confirmation vote to …

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