Following the announcement last week by seven meat and retail industry trade groups that they were filing suit against the U.S. Department of Agriculture to block a new meat testing program, SN interviewed representatives from several chains and a consumer group about their reactions to the move. Jay Roche, director of customer services for Roche Bros., Wellesley Hills, Mass., said he strongly endorses government food-safety programs, including the random testing of ground beef. But, he ...

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