PROCESSORS SAID TO VIOLATE RULES FOR PREVENTING BSE violation of rules enacted to prevent the spread of mad cow disease, a food inspectors' union has alleged. The National Joint Council of Food Inspection Locals has said that despite a U.S. Department of Agriculture ban on "specified risk materials," including nervous system and other tissues thought most likely to harbor the disease, many plants were still not in compliance with the removal and disposal procedures passed into law in ...

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