WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The U.S. Department Of Agriculture has scheduled a series of briefings around the country to explain its new proposal to reduce microbial contamination in meat and poultry products. or establishing certain permissible levels for contamination and a process by which USDA can readily test meat for the presence of pathogens. The proposal, however, makes no mention of a new USDA inspection program of ground meat sold at retail stores. The supermarket industry was ...

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