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Tyson Foods expanding safety programs to 12 poultry plants
Tyson Foods is expanding the safety programs it has been testing in its beef plants for several years to 12 of its poultry plants because of the results

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Smucker to buy company behind Rachael Ray dog food
Smucker tries to diversity its business as more people seek less-processed foods, even for their pets.
GOP Senator Blunt critical of Trump tariffs
The Latest: Republican Senator Blunt worried about Trump tariffs
Trade worries sink US stocks; China pork duty hits Tyson
US stocks are sinking after China raised import duties on some US products including pork, a step that sent meat producer Tyson Foods lower
Costs strike General Mills in 3rd quarter, shares drop
For the period ended Feb. 25, General Mills Inc. earned $941.4 million, or $1.62 per share.
EU approves Bayer takeover of Monsanto after concessions
The United States still needs to give its approval to the $57 billion merger.
Longtime Dow Chemical chief Andrew Liveris to depart
Liveris’ legacy will be the merger with DuPont.
General Mills, Annie’s Mac & Cheese tap South Dakota farm
Minnesota-based General Mills wants to double its organic acreage by 2020 and to cut greenhouse gas emissions 28 percent by 2025.
Judge weighs science behind Monsanto Roundup cancer claim
The herbicide has come under increasing scrutiny after the International Agency for Research on Cancer classified it as a “probable human carcinogen” in 2015.
US judge blocks weed-killer warning label in California
Glyphosate is not restricted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and has been widely used since 1974 to kill weeds.
DowDuPont, soon to be 3 cos, reveals names
DowDuPont is announcing the names of the three businesses it will become when it breaks itself into three