Kentucky Supplier Recalls More Than 22,000 Pounds Of BeefThe U.S. Department of Agriculture says a Kentucky-based food distributor has issued a recall on more than 22,000 pounds of ground beef and other beef products due to possible E. coli bacteria contamination.
Maple Syrup Producers Face Challenges In Warming WorldNew Hampshire's maple syrup producers say they are feeling the impact of climate change, as winters become warmer and frigid nights so critical to their business become fewer.
Great Escape: 19 Lab Monkeys Escape, All RecapturedNineteen monkeys made a break from a compound on the South Carolina coast, but freedom was fleeting.
Man Faces Federal Sentence For Selling Uninspected PoultryA Laotian immigrant faces sentencing for transporting uninspected poultry from what federal agents say are slaughterhouses in his Pittsburgh-area homes.
Wegmans Grocery Store Recalling About 1,000 Pounds Of ChickenA New York-based grocery store chain is recalling more than 1,000 pounds of chicken.
Man Guilty Of Shipping Uninspected Poultry From His HomeA Laotian immigrant has pleaded guilty to transporting uninspected poultry from what federal agents say are slaughterhouses in his Pittsburgh-area homes.
$372.5M In Federal Funds Awarded To Conservation ProjectsProjects designed to cut down on fertilizer runoff, expand bird nesting areas and restore native grasslands are among those selected for funding under a new initiative that encourages conservation partnerships between government and private organizations.
Consumer Reports Issues Buyer Beware Alert About Products Labeled “All Natural”The word "natural" has become a big buzzword on processed food packaging.
Parents Settle Pittsburgh Zoo Lawsuit In Mauling Death The parents of a 2-year-old boy who was mauled to death after falling into a wild African dogs exhibit have settled their lawsuit against the Pittsburgh zoo.
Zoo Reaches Settlement With USDA Over Boy’s DeathThe Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium will pay the U.S. Department of Agriculture $4,550 as part of a settlement over an investigation into the death of a 2-year-old boy who was fatally mauled when he fell into an exhibit of wild African dogs.
Experts Say Washing Raw Poultry Spreads Bacteria Instead Of Getting Rid Of ItThis week, millions of Americans will be preparing that turkey for Thanksgiving.
Court Papers Say There Were Concerns About Zoo's African Painted Dogs ExhibitA Pittsburgh Zoo safety committee had concerns about a wild African dogs exhibit but the zoo didn't make any changes before a 2-year-old boy fell into the pen last year and was mauled to death by the animals, his parents' lawyers say in court filings that cite committee meeting minutes.

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