August 20, 2013

Scheduling conflict postpones U.S./China chicken meeting

A trip by two senior USDA food safety officials to Beijing for bilateral talks on opening the U.S. market to Chinese processed chicken was supposed to take place this week, but has been postponed due to a scheduling conflict. A USDA spokeswoman told Meatingplace a new date has yet to be agreed for Al Almanza, administrator of USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), and Dan Englejohn, FSIS’ deputy assistant administrator, to travel to China. Read More

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