Potential Food Policy Changes Under Trump

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The Associated Press reported recently on several potential food policy changes that could happen under a Trump administration.

Food safety laws signed by President Obama and healthy school meal initiatives championed by first lady Michelle Obama face potential revision if criticism during the Trump campaign turns into action once the President-elect takes office.

Since many rules take effect after President Obama leaves, there may be time for revision before farmers and food manufacturers are held accountable for recent changes. Nutrition facts, calories on menus, trans-fats, sodium levels, and antibiotics use are among the topics potentially up for discussion.

Read more at Associated Press

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