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USDA clears swine for processing

Dec 20, 2007
Human health risk assessment updated. Testing confirms that meat from swine fed rations supplemented with pet food scraps containing melamine and related compounds is safe for human consumption, prompting USDA to allow swine held on farms to be released and approved for processing. Testing of meat from swine exposed to the feed in question confirms that melamine and melamine compounds do not accumulate in pork and are filtered out of the body by the action of t...

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