WASHINGTON -- In this age of safety-minded, value-sensitive shoppers, more manufacturers are seeking to enhance the appeal of their products by implementing a system of government-approved quality controls. One such path open to processors leads to accreditation through the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Process Verified Program, which is designed to make U.S. livestock and meat more competitive on the world market by removing production variables that can impact the caliber of the end ...
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