WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The Agriculture Department plans to hold a roundtable discussion to get input from supermarkets and other segments of the industry on the best way to implement a new mandatory meat inspection system -- a regulatory step the meat industry says is superfluous. year the agency's Food Safety Inspection Service has been developing a so-called Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point system for all federally inspected meat and poultry plants. The agency has held several hearings ...
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