Supreme Beef Processors, Dallas, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have agreed on a plan whereby the company will add controls to its plant that will modify its pathogen-control procedures. The two parties have been in court since USDA inspectors suspended the plant's activities Nov. 30 after food made there failed three salmonella tests. Supreme Beef challenged the test procedure, and a judge ordered the plant reopened, pending hearings in the spring. The agreement here does not ...
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