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Online grocery shopping is currently unavailable to the 44 million people on food stamps.
The bill rolls back some of the First Lady's prized school meal standards.
The lawmakers want details of the USDA's response plan.
Tribes now have to go through state agencies for food assistance.
Republicans also assail the standards as executive overreach.
The federal watchdog agency said formula is being sold online.
USDA agreement with China will increase apple exports.
The senator said the current beef check-off program allows more “grassroots involvement.”
Senate Democrats urged the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to prioritize funding for...
Feathers are ruffled over the Agriculture Department’s poultry inspection overhaul.
Secretary Tom Vilsack said the USDA can accept a Senate compromise on school lunch standards.
The provision is now part of the Agriculture spending bill heading to a Senate floor vote.
They are fighting a resolution that would shift the responsibility back to the FDA.
The changes, they say, will cut low-income and minority students off from meal programs.
Sen. Pat Roberts is still ironing out the details with Democrats.
It contains $20.5 billion in discretionary funding, $1.1 billion below Obama’s request.
Advocates called for Michelle Obama's nutrition standards to be rolled back.
The funding will help schools meet new training rules.
The Federal Register will not publish on New Year's Day so here's a look at Friday's edition.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) declared “victory for dog lovers” on Monday after the U.S. Department of...
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) urged the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Monday to approve Ohio’s...
The 2015 Agriculture spending bill hits the House floor Wednesday.
New nutrition standards have put financial pressure on school lunch programs.
Advocates are divided over major changes to a landmark federal program.