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Margarita Raycheva

Margarita “Maggie” Raycheva is a specialist news analyst working for IEG Policy’s US Food Policy channel. She covers news related to FDA, food labeling and FSMA

She joined Food Chemical News as a freelancer in November 2016 and as a full-time staff member in February 2017. Margarita has 10 years of experience in journalism, including six years of covering education in the United States. She has contributed stories to the Washington Post and a number of statewide publications in Maryland, and produced award-winning pieces on teen jobs and the controversial use of seclusion rooms in schools in the United States.

Margarita holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism, film and broadcasting from Cardiff University and a master’s degree in newspaper, print and online journalism from Syracuse University. 

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Health groups tell parents to steer clear of plant-based milk for young children

Four leading health and nutrition associations – including the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the American Heart Association (AHA) – have issued new healthy beverage recommendations for children that caution against consumption of plant-based milk, among other drinks.

US Food Policy Health and Nutrition

USDA finalizes swine slaughter modernization, critics take aim

USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is facing a storm of criticism, and possibly even a legal challenge, after finalizing its controversial plan to modernize hog slaughter inspections, but agency officials say the new rule is backed by sound science and does not compromise food safety.

United States Hogs & Pork

FSIS finalizes swine slaughter modernization

USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is facing a storm of criticism, and possibly even a legal challenge, after finalizing its controversial plan to modernize hog slaughter inspections, but agency officials say the new rule is backed by sound science and does not compromise food safety.

US Food Policy US Agricultural Policy

Salmonella outbreak linked to imported papaya declared over

Federal agencies have declared over an outbreak of Salmonella Uganda linked to fresh Cavi brand papaya from Mexico, which last month became the catalyst for FDA to call on the papaya industry to review and strengthen its safety practices.

US Food Policy Compliance and Enforcement

Advocates praise Chick-Fil-A for 'stunning' antibiotic-free milestone

Chick-Fil-A has achieved a goal – set in 2014 – to offer 'no antibiotics chicken' in all 2,400 of its US restaurants.

United States Poultry

Advocates praise Chick-Fil-A for meeting antibiotic-free milestone

As Chick-Fil-A on Thursday (Sept. 12) announced it has achieved a 2014 goal to offer no antibiotics chicken in all 2,400 U.S. restaurants, health advocates hailed the transition as a milestone for the "stunning" progress the chicken industry has made in reducing use of antibiotics.

US Food Policy US Agricultural Policy
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