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Drama, drama, drama.
You probably don't want to see a silverfish or "the tip of a razor blade" inside your next frankfurter.
The USDA says companies are already getting in line for certification.
Lawmakers say consolidation would make it easier to prevent foodborne illness.
But some say the ammonia-treated product deserves more respect.
The New York senator says USDA documents signify a new era of Chinese chicken.
SBA loans, meat inspections, and food stamps are all affected.
The Chinese processors that were issued permits are in compliance with food-safety rules, the USDA says.
Some chickens are about to take a long walk off a very short pier.
The beer company will now make its labels much clearer.
The new, technical definition allows gluten up to twenty parts per million in food labeled "gluten-free."
It's a renaissance age of meat labels, but that doesn't mean everyone's happy.
Did your chicken ever eat transgenic alfalfa sprouts? Now you'll know.
Seabiscuit may eventually be inside your biscuits.
The White House says it could. The meat industry says no.
Even worse, the USDA was buying its beef for school lunch and emergency food programs.
Slaughterhouses on speed.
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