Consumers can rest assured that fresh fruits and vegetables purchased at the grocery store or from the local farmers’ market are safe.
Currently there is no evidence of food or food packaging being associated with the transmission of the coronavirus.
Safety remains a top priority across the food chain, with everyone—from the farm to the grocery store—doing their part to take great care and precautions to get food safely to your tables.
Cornell University recently shared best practices for farmers and ranchers to implement on their farms and with farmworkers to guard against Covid-19
American Farm Bureau has released its first assessment of the impact on farmers and ranchers in the wake of the national mitigation efforts to combat COVID-19. å
UDAF has organized a series of waste pesticide collection events in October in Logan, Spanish Fork, and Cedar City
A study from the USDA reveals consumers are putting themselves at risk of illness when they wash or rinse raw poultry.
The first article focused on milk quality and safety. This article will address the current recommendations and nutritional benefits of milk.
In this first article, I’ll focus on milk quality and safety. In a second article, I’ll talk more about the current recommendations and nutritional benefits of milk.