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After a series of high-profile disputes in rural areas, the French Parliament has passed a bill that enshrines countryside smells and sounds as protected national heritage.
The approval for a U.S. start-up’s “cultured chicken” product is a small victory for the nascent laboratory meat industry. Less clear is whether other countries will follow Singapore’s lead.
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It is illegal to touch or throw objects into hot springs or other hydrothermal features at the park, officials said.
The Justice Department said the company helped fix the price of chicken and passed the cost to consumers.
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“Nothing about boneless chicken wings actually comes from the wing of a chicken,” he told the Lincoln, Neb., council. “We’ve been living a lie for far too long.”
Reports that the virus was detected in a trans-continental shipment of frozen chicken wings sparked concerns online. But experts aren’t worried.
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The charges are the first in a Justice Department investigation involving several other major chicken producers.
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An industry group said nearly 2 million chickens were “depopulated” at the plant’s farms in Delaware and Maryland because of staffing challenges from illness and quarantines.