How the Trump administration will be judged by the whole foods domain
The United States government is planning to review the entire foods domain in a bid to ensure it is not misused.
The decision is being taken as part of an effort to help the Trump transition team understand the entire domain.
The transition team has been asked to review how the government uses the entire food domain, which includes the food service industry and agriculture, as part, along with health and wellness, environmental, and other areas.
The entire foods team is led by Tom Lasseter, who worked on Pixar’s “Cars.”
“We’re reviewing how we use the entire family of domains to provide clarity for stakeholders in all domains,” said Sarah Rieckhoff, director of policy at the Office of the Federal Register, which oversees the entire public domain.
“What is the whole food team’s role, how does the team develop its plan, and what are its expectations and criteria?”
The Trump administration has yet to name a spokesperson for the review.
The review is expected to be completed by March.
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