DENVER -- The majority of Americans still overlook using instant-read thermometers as one of the primary lines of defense in protecting themselves against foodborne pathogens, according to a new study from the National Cattlemen's Beef Association. -how among their shoppers. Today, most retailers sell instant-read thermometers in their stores, usually merchandised near the meat case at a cost of $6 to $12. Conducted by Wirthlin Worldwide last month, and funded by beef processors through ...

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