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Regulatory Landscape for the Direct Marketing of Meat and Poultry in Oklahoma

Owners of livestock and poultry in Oklahoma may have interest in marketing their animals, a portion of their animals or the meat/poultry from those animals directly to consumers. To accomplish this, the animals must be slaughtered and processed and prepared as finished meat/poultry cuts. There are four basic regulatory avenues for the direct marketing of meat/poultry, and each category has respective specifications and limitations within.

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3-D Printed Parts for Food Contact

The purpose of this fact sheet is to help the reader make informed choices for 3-D printed parts used in food processing.

Facilities & Equipment for Food ProcessingFood Products
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Homemade Food Freedom Act

This fact sheet offers information on what is allowed and not allowed in a homemade food business according to the Homemade Food Freedom Act.

Cooking & Food SafetyFood ProductsFood SafetyRegulations, Customer Requirements & Compliance
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Sustainable Food Packaging Options

A comparison of different food packaging options that value freshness and convenience and are also environmentally sustainable.

Food ProductsRecyclingSustainability & Environmental ConcernsWaste Management
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Sesame Seed Oil Properties

Learn about sesame seed oil properties from experts at Oklahoma State extension.

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Properties of High Oleic Seed Oils

Seed oils containing high amounts of oleic acid, also referred to as high oleic (HO) oils, are gaining attention because of their desirable fatty acid composition that provides higher oxidative and thermal stability and healthier nutritional profile.

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Hemp Seed Oil Properties

There are more than 40 hemp cultivars. Hemp can be grown for seed, fiber or oil. Hemp can be used in food or feed formulations provided the products are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for food and the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) for feed products. Hemp seed and hemp seed oil can be utilized in food products.

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