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There are scores of regulatory issues being opened up by the cultured meat products being developed. Stakeholders in these products are in Washington this week to talk about those issues. (Gary Crawford, Sec'y Sonny Perdue and FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb)
While the USDA is working with U.S. pork producers to increase biosecurity efforts and vigilance for signs of African Swine Fever, the USDA is also doing all it can to keep the African Swine Fever virus out of the U.S. in the first place.
(Gary Crawford and Under Secretary Greg Ibach)