WASHINGTON -- The final rules outlining the requirements for the manufacture and sale of irradiated meat include additional details on labeling requirements that will help determine how such products are sold at the retail-store level. According to the statement published in the Federal Register by the Food Safety and Inspection Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture here, the regulations -- going into effect Feb. 22 -- mandate that packages include a green international radura ...

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