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Food Safety: More Disclosure and Data Needed to Clarify Impact of Changes to Poultry and Hog Inspections
J. Alfredo Gomez (au)
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) inspectors provide continuous inspection of each meat and poultry carcass and its parts that enter interstate commerce. In 1998, USDA began three pilot projects at slaughter plants for healthy young chickens, young turkeys, and young hogs, with a purpose to deploy inspection resources more effectively in accordance with food safety and other consumer protection requirements. The pilot projects are to end when a final rule for each species is published. In Jan. 2012, USDA published a proposed rule to modernize poultry slaughter inspections based, in part, on its pilot projects. This report determines (1) the extent to which USDA has evaluated the three pilot projects; (2) strengths and weaknesses of the pilot projects based on the views of key stakeholder groups; and (3) the extent to which USDA disclosed limitations, if any, in sources of information it relied on to develop the proposed rule. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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