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Inspection program not stopping bad meat
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A meat inspection program the U.S. Department of Agriculture wants to roll out in pork plants nationwide is not stopping the production of contaminated meat, The Washington Post found. The program is designed to speed meat processing lines.
A meat inspection program the U.S. Department of Agriculture wants to roll out in pork plants nationwide is not stopping the production of contaminated meat, The Washington Post found. The program is designed to speed meat processing lines.
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