Food and Food Safety

Food and Food Safety

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  • Food safety policies can and should protect consumers without limiting farmers, ranchers and small food processors who sell into local and regional markets. (2009)
  • MFU supports meat being defined as flesh from an animal being used as food. (2018)
  • MFU opposes cellular cultured food being defined as agriculture. (2018)
  • We encourage people to buy locally produced products. (2013)


  • Support further multi-lateral trade negotiations involving agricultural products provided the following concerns are satisfied before negotiations enter the final phase.
  • Oppose currency manipulation regarding trade. (2015)
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2023 Montana Farmers Union Annual Convention

October 27, 2023 - October 28, 2023
Heritage Inn, Great Falls MT