USDA BEGINS AMR SAMPLING PROGRAM tment of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service has implemented a program designed to keep spinal-cord tissue and related matter out of meat products, as the agency boosts its efforts to protect consumers against mad cow disease. Under the new sampling protocol, AMR product will be routinely sampled, and detection of spinal cord tissue in final product will require relabeling held product or recalling distributed product from commerce. Inspection ...

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