What Does USDA Stand for?


USDA stands for The United States Department of Agriculture. They are a federal department and regulates policy when it comes to food, forestry, and farming. They were formed on May 15, 1962.
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What Does USDA Stand for?
USDA is the acronym for the United States Department of Agriculture. The USDA is the government agency responsible for all U.S. policy regarding agriculture, food and farming. The organization is headed by the Secretary of Agriculture, who, as of October... More »
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