WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Meat industry groups have reached an agreement with the Clinton administration and Congress on implementing new rules for meat and poultry inspections. Under the agreement, which heads off a potentially contentious debate in the House, U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman will meet with the meat industry, producers, the scientific community as well as consumers and the Food Safety and Inspection Service, to discuss new rules on meat inspection under the ...
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