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Human Methods of Handling and Slaughter: Public Reporting on Violations Can Identify Enforcement Challenges and Enhance Transparency: Congressional Testimony
Lisa Shames (au)
In FY 2007, More than 150 million cattle, sheep, and other animals destined for human consumption were slaughtered in the U.S. The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service is responsible for enforcing the Humane Methods of Slaughter Act (HMSA), which mandates that animals are handled and slaughtered humanely. There have been many reports that address fed. oversight of the U.S. food safety system. This testimony focuses on: (1) a 2004 report on the frequency and scope of reported HMSA violations and enforcement actions by USDA; (2) information on trends in staffing and funding for USDA food inspections; and (3) information on overall fed. oversight of food safety. Illustrations.
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