USTF

AcronymDefinition
USTFUnited States Taekwon Do Federation
USTFUniformed Services Treatment Facility
USTFUnited States Tuna Foundation
USTFUnited Spanish Timbrado Fanciers (birds)
USTFUnited States Tennis Federation
USTFUniformed Services Task Force on HIV/AIDS (formerly Working Group on HIV/AIDS for Uniformed Services; Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences)
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CONTACT: Stacey Viera of NFI, +1-703-752-8891; Trevor Francis of USTF, +1-202-530-4898; or Brian Kennedy of FPA, +1-202-639-5994
USTF said it was reviewing Durbin's letter, and maintained its stance that customers are not at risk.
We were started in September 1981 by Jim Bottin," said Scott McNeely, USTF president and director of operations.
Bottin, a familiar name in the fitness industry in Arkansas, sits on the advisory council to the USTF and will be at the 20th anniversary shindig.
The USTF represents the international and domestic interests of the industry on numerous issues from fishing access arrangements, to federal and state regulations, to national legislation, to domestic marketing.
Forristall Luke joins USTF after a successful career in government relations and public affairs, the last three as a principal at MGN, Inc.
More information about canned tuna and its health benefits is available at the USTF Web site, http://www.
Armed with this data, USTF made clear that the yellowfin in canned tuna should not be confused with the way in which most yellowfin is sold in the U.
USTF further challenged the Chicago Tribune's reporting about the use of Yellow Fin tuna in canned light tuna.
a toxicologist that specializes in maternal and fetal health and a member of the Tuna Nutrition Council, which advises USTF on nutrition and public health matters.
Responding to the new recommendation that consumers eat two eight-ounce servings a week of foods rich in the omega-3 fatty acids EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), USTF said that canned tuna is an excellent source of these two essential fatty acids.
In conjunction with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, USTF is applauding the conclusions of new research studies that document a link between the omega-3 fatty acids found in fatty fish and a significant reduction in breast cancer risk in postmenopausal women.