Retailers and others connected with the meat industry gathered in Charlotte, N.C., last week for the Annual Meat Conference, an event sponsored by a number of leading trade associations. How many guesses would it take to identify one of the chief topics of conversation and of workshop events? Maybe one? Yes, it's true: food safety, and more specifically whether the two livestock diseases ravaging European herds will arrive on these shores. One workshop session, which forms the basis for a ...

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