WASHINGTON — Beginning Aug. 1, the U.S. Department of Agriculture will adopt a new policy of disclosing the names of supermarkets and other food retailing outlets that have received contaminated meat and poultry products during any future Class I recalls, according to an announcement by Agriculture Secretary Ed Schafer. Prior to this announcement, it was USDA protocol to publish only the name of the processor recalling the meat or poultry, the reason for the recall, a description of the ...

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