WASHINGTON (FNS) -- An anti-salmonella spray just approved by the Food and Drug Administration is being heralded as a significant food-safety step and the first of a new generation of such treatments targeting meat. The spray, containing salmonella-eating microbes, is applied to recently hatched chicks that peck at it as they clean their feathers. The microbes take up residence in the chicks' digestive track, where they attack salmonella, which is commonly found in poultry intestines. ...

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