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Pre-harvest pathogen preventative shown safe

Jun 20, 2007
13, 2005 A promising pre-harvest, live animal pathogen reduction technology could receive a stronger look from government regulatory and meat industry officials after scientists have found that it doesn’t jeopardize the health of consumers because of potential residue fears. Efforts to reduce deadly pathogens in meat have most recently included utilizing compounds that would rid animals’ systems of bacteria ...

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