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A specialist at the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service talked to INSIDER about when beef is safe to eat and when it should be thrown away.
Weird smells, slime, too long in the fridge— here's how to tell if chicken has gone bad according to a specialist at the USDA.
Two companies have recalled 166,624 pounds of ground beef possibly contaminated with E. coli after 177 people were reportedly infected in 10 states.
The recall comes after Tyson in January recalled 18 tons of chicken nuggets from grocery stores across the US after shoppers found rubber inside them.
27.5 million tons of US soybeans expected to go unsold this year as a direct consequence of the trade war with China
The trade war has had a major impact on agriculture over the past two years with the latest USDA figures highlighting the soybean market's problems.
The government shutdown has gotten so bad that agencies are using legal loopholes to restart critical functions
Agencies including the FDA, USDA, State, and FAA are recalling furloughed employees to keep operations running during the government shutdown.
From airport lines to food inspections, here are all the ways the government shutdown is impacting the lives of average Americans
The federal government is stuck in the second-longest shutdown ever. Average Americans are starting to see the effects from airports to paychecks.
Some American food safety inspections aren’t happening due to the government shutdown, and it could mean more food-poisoning outbreaks
The government shutdown could lead to a perhaps unexpected negative consequence: more food-poisoning outbreaks.
Trump said ‘raking and cleaning’ forests would prevent more devastating wildfires. But the government shutdown is stopping the Forest Serv...
The government shutdown is wreaking havoc on President Donald Trump idea to prevent wildfires by "raking" as the Forest Service faces a lack of funds.
As the government shutdown drags on the effects will get worse. Food stamps could