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New USDA standards and action levels proposed for hazardous chemicals in meat and poultry products

 

Washington, D.C., March 30, 2016:  Today, the Safe Food Coalition (SFC), a Washington D.C. food safety advocacy group, submitted comments to USDA’s Food Safety Inspection Services, about FSIS’ proposal to set de minimis standards for heavy metals, dioxins, pesticides and other chemicals in USDA-inspected meat and poultry products.  Read the SFC comments here.

 

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