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[email protected]: EPA wants to take a second look at Dow's Enlist Duo herbicide | U.S. aquaculture struggles

5@5: EPA wants to take a second look at Dow's Enlist Duo herbicide | U.S. aquaculture struggles
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EPA seeks to revoke approval of Dow Chemical's Enlist Duo herbicide

The Environmental Protection Agency asked the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to withdraw its approval of the herbicide, which is designed to be used with genetically modified seeds, upon learning new information that might have changed its approval decision. Read more at Wall Street Journal...


Things to know about aquaculture as industry struggles to expand into U.S. federal waters

More acquaculture production in the U.S. is crucial to relieve the stress put on our oceans and secure the country's food supply, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says, but the industry is still challenged by environmental concerns and a lack of regulatory framework. Read more from The Associated Press...

Not ready to eat crickets? Try feeding them to your dog

Could pet food be a bridge for Americans to start incorporating sustainable insect protein into our diets? Entobento and BugBites are among startups incorporating cricket flour into foods for pets. Read more at Fast Company...


'These are conscious meal replacements': Snacking becomes the norm

The lines between snacks and meals are blurring, as snacking becomes something people do more frequently at home, and not just on-the-go. Read more at Bakery & Snacks...


General Mills sets goal to buy all cage-free eggs by 2025

General Mills updated its animal welfare policy to establish a 10-year timeline for sourcing only cage-free eggs. Read more at Food Manufacturing...

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