WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Final regulations for safe-handling labels for meat products sold in grocery stores will likely be issued by the end of next month. That is according to Jill Hollingsworth, assistant to the administrator of the Food Safety and Inspection Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Hollingsworth said the labels, first proposed late last summer, are likely to have few changes from the proposed format, although comments about them will be taken into consideration. The ...
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