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The state of Wyoming is becoming more lenient when it comes to the laws local food producers must adhere by. The Food Freedom Act passed in 2015 has recently been expanded to make it easier for locals to sell their homemade products directly to consumers, a piece of legislation that many states have started to adopt.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Food Meat and Poultry Dairy Seafood Eggs & Incubation By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Food poisoning is a common health problem, and with more than 250 different illnesses it's not a surprise that 48 million Americans, or 1 in 6 of us, will get sick each year. Although there is a good chance we could fall ill because of something bad we ate, we usually bounce back from it in a couple days. However, new research from Cornell University shows that one of the main bacterial causes of food poisoning can have a lasting effect on a person.

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It seems like too often we are throwing away perfectly good food because the date stamp is past its prime. According to the USDA, around $161 billion in food, or 30 to 40 percent of food in the United States, is wasted because we don't know if it's safe to eat. To clear up the confusion and keep people from wasting perfectly good food, changes will soon be coming to food labels.

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Seafood is a "Maine" draw to coastal states, but a natural occurring algae prompted a recall of recently harvested clams and mussels. Maine's Department of Marine Resources posted the recall after tests came back positive for dangerous levels of domoic acid, which cannot be reduced by cooking or freezing the shellfish.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Food Seafood By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Since 1994, September has been National Food Safety Month in the United States. Each year, September is used as a time to increase awareness and provide training in hopes of reducing the number of people made sick by foodborne pathogens.

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