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Eve Stoody with the USDA's Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion giving the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee Meeting the timeline for development of the next edition of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
How will crop production, supply and prices come out this year, given recent surprises in USDA's recent report on plantings? Markets only have a few hours to see USDA's answer to that question.
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