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CDC: 92 people stricken in Salmonella outbreak

Strain of Salmonella traced to raw chicken is shown to be resistant to multiple antibiotics, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Ninety-two people in 29 states have become ill due to an outbreak of Salmonella Infantis that has been linked to raw chicken products, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced.
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Indonesia aquaculture expected to grow

Not only is global aquaculture expected to grow, but Indonesia expects to see consumption grow to 14.6 million tons per year
Indonesia's Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry has said aquaculture is expected to supply 8.76 million tons of fish to the domestic market in 2019.
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US-China trade war: How did it all start?

Find out what sparked the ongoing trade dispute between the two countries and how US allies have reacted to tariffs
The United States and China have been involved in a trade dispute for most of 2018. The so-called trade war did not directly affect agriculture until April, when China proposed a 25 percent levy on 106 U.S. product imports worth $50 billion, including many agricultural commodities.
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Beef takes heat in new Chain Reaction antibiotics report

Rather than examining antibiotic use in supply chain for all meat and poultry products, the 2018 Chain Reaction report focuses on hamburgers
For the past three years, the Chain Reaction report on antibiotic use in the supply chain for the top U.S. restaurant chains has graded those chains on their antibiotic use in all species of meat animals, including chicken, turkeys, pigs and beef cattle.
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