AUSTIN, Texas -- A federal judge here delayed ruling last week on a lawsuit to halt government random testing of supermarket ground beef for E.coli bacteria. okesperson for the American Meat Institute, Arlington, Va., one of seven plaintiffs in the suit. AMI, along with Food Marketing Institute, the Texas Food Industry Association, the Southwest Meat Association, the Texas Retailers Association Food Council, the National-American Wholesale Grocers' Association and the National Grocers ...

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