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'Bird flu-free' tag still 'iffy' as surveillance extended in hot zones - Business Mirror Tue, 24 Apr 2018 13:30:29 GMT

'Bird flu-free' tag still 'iffy' as surveillance extended in hot zones
Business Mirror
She further explained that once the Philippines is declared as bird flu-free, the agriculture department, through the BAI, would now request to its trade partners to lift the import ban imposed on our poultry exports. The country's poultry exports are ...

Happy Easter: Here's why eggs are so expensive (and other egg facts) - OCRegister Sun, 01 Apr 2018 15:02:26 GMT

OCRegister

Happy Easter: Here's why eggs are so expensive (and other egg facts)
OCRegister
If you see fewer Easter egg hunts this year, it might be due to prices nearing record highs. Today we roll out some recent egg news and a few egg-centric facts. The American Farm Bureau Federation found that average egg prices are 37 percent higher ...

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South Korea confirms foot-and-mouth disease at hog farm - Reuters Tue, 27 Mar 2018 01:43:28 GMT

South Korea confirms foot-and-mouth disease at hog farm
Reuters
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea has confirmed a case of foot-and-mouth disease at a hog farm, the country's first discovery since February last year, its agriculture ministry said on Tuesday. The case was reported on Monday at a farm in Gimpo, about 30 ...

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Egg prices have jumped 37 percent in time for Easter. But you ... - Washington Post Wed, 28 Mar 2018 22:01:41 GMT

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Harmonise global food standards: A person's right to safe food ... - Financial Express Mon, 23 Apr 2018 22:56:53 GMT

Financial Express

Harmonise global food standards: A person's right to safe food ...
Financial Express
A person's right to safe food shouldn't be determined by lines on a map, or resolutions in a trade accord.

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Egg prices on the rise: Why you're shelling out more money this year - WNEM Saginaw Tue, 17 Apr 2018 21:32:00 GMT

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Egg prices on the rise: Why you're shelling out more money this year
WNEM Saginaw
A big reason for that is because the bird flu in countries like South Korea, where they imported a lot of eggs from the US, is more than 600 percent compared to the past year. Here's the deal, though. For retailers, like grocery stores, they'll usually ...

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Egg prices jump 37 percent - Business - The Florida Times-Union ... - The Florida Times-Union Thu, 29 Mar 2018 19:20:32 GMT

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Egg prices jump 37 percent - Business - The Florida Times-Union ...
The Florida Times-Union
Breakfast connoisseurs and Easter enthusiasts may be surprised by the rising price of eggs this spring.They might be even more surprised to learn that they should be paying much more. It turns out that most grocery stores lose money on every dozen eggs ...

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With Olympics set to begin, South Korea is still working to eradicate the avian flu - Washington Post Mon, 29 Jan 2018 17:42:00 GMT

Washington Post

With Olympics set to begin, South Korea is still working to eradicate the avian flu
Washington Post
With the PyeongChang Winter Olympics set to begin on Feb. 9, the South Korean Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs announced Monday that it had confirmed the presence of a highly pathogenic strain of the H5N6 avian influenza virus at two ...
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A century ago, the Spanish flu killed 100 million people. Is a new pandemic on the way? - New Statesman Sat, 21 Apr 2018 10:23:45 GMT

New Statesman

A century ago, the Spanish flu killed 100 million people. Is a new pandemic on the way?
New Statesman
A year later, the US military accidentally shipped live anthrax spores to labs in the US and a military base in South Korea. It's not impossible that human error could strike again with catastrophic results. Such possibilities lie behind our ...

American Farm Bureau Federation releases Spring "market basket s ... - KXLH Helena News Fri, 30 Mar 2018 23:15:18 GMT

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American Farm Bureau Federation releases Spring "market basket s ...
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A total of 93 shoppers in 23 states participated in the latest AFBF survey, conducted in March 2018.

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