The U.S. is in the grip of the worst bird flu epidemic in the nation's recorded history. As farmers grapple with how to safely destroy infected birds, consumers are starting to see egg prices rise. Associated Press reporter David Pitt…
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A family in Germany has been hanging Easter eggs on their apple tree for 40 years.
A new food safety bill was among the last-minute actions in Congress this week. Jeffrey Brown gets details on what's in the bill and how it could impact farmers, food processors and regulators.
A massive egg recall over fears of a salmonella outbreak raises new questions on whether the Food and Drug Administration can handle its regulatory role. Betty Ann Bowser has more.
After a salmonella outbreak led to more than half a billion eggs being recalled, the head of the Food and Drug Administration said new measures must be taken to ensure food safety laws are enforced to prevent future problems. Jeffrey…
In other news Friday, three more coalition troops were killed in Afghanistan bringing the monthly death toll for international troops up to 31. In Iraq, an al-Qaida group has claimed responsibility for a Tuesday bombing that killed 61 people.
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