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Food Policy Research Center  [22]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/151996

The Food Policy Research Center delivers comprehensive, integrated policy analyses and issue briefs of some of today’s complex food issues. The goal is to inform policymakers, industry representatives, and consumers of the science behind the issues. Each policy analysis and issue brief involves an interdisciplinary research team comprised of at least one author and several scientific reviewers incorporating economic, environmental, social, health, governmental, and legislative considerations.


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Statewide Food Policy Councils: Considerations for Minnesota Policymakers

Dover, Sally; Dybsetter, Anne; Harden, Noelle; Heim, Stephanie; Onzere, Shiela (Food Policy Research Center, 2014-08)

Potential impacts of a zero tolerance policy for Salmonella on raw meat and poultry

Hedberg, Craig; Bender, Jeff; Sampedro, Fernando; Wells, Scott (Food Policy Research Center, 2015-01)

Potential impacts of classifying specific strains of Salmonella with multi-drug resistance as adulterants in ground beef and poultry products

Hedberg, Craig; Bender, Jeff; Sampedro, Fernando; Wells, Scott (Food Policy Research Center, 2015-01)

Policy questions and possible implications related to use of processed animal proteins in pig diets

Bergeron, Justin; Davies, Peter (Food Policy Research Center, 2015-02)

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