While everyone agrees preventing food-borne illness is a worthwhile goal, food industry insiders tell SN the government's proposed listeria regulations leave plenty of room for improvement -- and could drive up prices of ready-to-eat meats. Aimed at food processors, the regulations proposed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service are two-pronged. First, the government has proposed food safety performance standards for ready-to-eat and partially ...

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