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The U.S. Chamber strongly believes that America’s food supply must be abundant, affordable, and the world’s safest.
It must be abundant to not only feed Americans with nutritious food, but increasingly to help feed the world. One in three acres of American farmland is already planted for overseas markets, helping to substantially drive down our trade deficit.
It must be affordable because food costs are American household’s third highest expense.
And it must be the safest in the world to ensure the public health of American families.
The U.S. Chamber’s priorities include:
This letter was sent to the Chairs and Ranking Members of the House and Senate Agriculture Committees, on water infrastructure provisions in the Farm Bill reauthorizations.
The attached comments were submitted today to EPA regarding its notice, “Problem Formulations for the Risk Evaluations To Be Conducted Under the Toxic Substances Control Act, and General Guiding Principles To Apply Systematic Review in TSCA Risk Evaluations; Notice of Availability.”
More than $2.3 billion in Michigan exports are vulnerable due to the emerging trade war, leaving business owners paying the bill.
Chamber members operate at all stages of the nation’s food supply chain and many food products marketed today contain bioengineered (BE) ingredients. It is imperative that AMS promulgates a standard that provides regulatory certainty for the food supply chain, allows consumers to obtain more information if they want it, and protects the biotechnology industry from harmful and stigmatizing mandatory warning labels.
Changes to federal law will ensure that consumers continue to benefit from the nutritional and allergy information on packaging.
This workshop will focus on international business opportunities for Alabama companies. Export managers, sales teams, business development decision makers, as well as entrepreneurs considering Russian market entry are encouraged to attend.
This Des Moines event is one of a series of events organized to show that #NAFTAworks.