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The proposed rule is the first to prevent intentional contamination of food products.
Most US samples had bacterial contamination, and a good many had pathogenic varieties.
Non-outbreak raw-milk cases may outnumber outbreak cases 25 to 1—and knowing the farmer might not help.
Plan aims to streamline inspections and give inspectors more flexibility.
Findings include risky handling of ground beef and chicken and poor shipping of leafy greens.
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