A week after President Donald Trump’s executive order on national parks was signed, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has issued its own ban on food-service businesses.
The USDA is banning the use of all products, including pizza, hamburgers, pizza, burgers, pizza and pizza delivery, in parks that serve more than 25,000 people, and in public facilities like museums, libraries, schools and theaters.
The ban applies to all food-serving establishments in parks, parks with less than 25 people, parks where the public has been admitted, and parks that do not serve more people.
It applies to businesses in all states, including Hawaii and Puerto Rico, and does not apply to establishments in any state that has not issued a federal proclamation or license to operate.
The order was issued by USDA Director Michael Harrison, who said it was a “critical measure” in combating foodborne illnesses and “protecting public health.”
“The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) and other USDA offices, along with other federal agencies, will continue to protect the health and safety of our Nation’s food system and people, while ensuring the integrity of food supply chain,” Harrison said in a statement.
The Food Safety Modernization Act of 2015, also known as the Farm Bill, was signed into law in the U,S.
Capitol on January 23, and was signed by President Donald J. Trump on January 30.
The bill, passed by Congress and signed into effect by Trump on February 7, is designed to help ensure that the food supply system works to promote the health of the nation.
“Food safety, food safety in the food system, and the protection of the public health are the top priorities of the Food Safety Administration,” the USDA said in its statement.
Harrison has said that the Trump order “is the culmination of a long process” to address the issue.
He also said that he believes that the order is “a smart, thoughtful approach that addresses the needs of our food system while respecting the rights of food service workers.”
The USDA says the order “will have no adverse impact on our ability to enforce the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and other federal regulations, as well as other laws governing the food industry.”
“As we have stated many times, this order does not prohibit food service from serving in national parks,” Harrison wrote.
“It merely prohibits the use in parks of all food products in violation of the rule.”
The executive order also prohibits the sale of alcohol, tobacco, tobacco products, tobacco accessories, and cannabis, all of which are covered under federal law.
According to the USDA, food-safety inspections will continue “in every park that serves more than 100,000 guests a year, including in the National Mall, in the Capitol and in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, and will continue throughout 2017.”
The agency said it has not determined which parks will be subject to the order and said it expects the final rule to be issued by March or April.
“The USDA will continue the inspections and will provide updates to our public when we have made a determination that a particular park is in compliance with the order,” Harrison’s statement said.
The agency did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Vice News.