WASHINGTON (FNS) -- A leading national consumer rights group is poised to launch a media campaign against supermarkets that fail to notify customers they sell meat or meat products processed using deboning machines. The group, the National Consumers League, said it is alarmed by recent U.S. Department of Agriculture findings that measurable amounts of marrow and bone and, in some instances, spinal cord tissue are found in mechanically separated meat, a process widely used by leading meat ...

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