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Why we are modernizing swine slaughter inspection

8 monthes ago   |   By Food Safety News

Opinion
USDA's Mindy Brashears submitted this column to Food Safety News this week.
In the world of food safety, 1993 was a watershed moment. Early that year, hundreds of people became ill and four children died from an E. coli outbreak linked to fast food burgers. At the time, I was studying food safety at Oklahoma State University. Their deaths shocked me in a transformative way. I was pregnant with my first child and the outbreak ingrained in me a passion for ensuring the safety of our children's food. And it made me realize that government and industry need to take a scientific...
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