WASHINGTON -- Anyday now, the U.S. Department of Agriculture will start inspecting retail meat departments across the country, looking for stores that have not posted the correct nutrition information about meat in compliance with voluntary federal guidelines. If the government agency is not satisfied with the level of industry compliance it finds, those voluntary guidelines will be replaced with mandatory regulations. The prospect of mandated labeling for the fresh meat department has ...
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