CRANBURY, N.J. -- Prompted by deadly outbreaks of food poisoning, the United State Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service recently published a proposed rule intended to reduce the occurrence and numbers of the microorganisms responsible for food-borne illness in meat products. Among the proposed requirements is one that mandates the use of at least one antimicrobial treatment to reduce the hazard posed by these pathogenic organisms. The list of approved treatments ...

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