WASHINGTON — In the aftermath of 2007's near-record meat recalls, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service has called a public meeting here on April 9 and 10 to discuss various challenges and proposals on how to move forward to address E. coli meat recalls, safety measures and related topics. Significantly, the meeting agenda indicates part of the program will focus on whether E. coli contamination on primal cuts and boxed beef should be officially considered ...

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