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Sanitation record at HIMP plants worse than traditional plants, F&WW finds

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An analysis of food safety performance data by Food & Water Watch (F&WW) shows that the five hog slaughter plants piloting the New Swine Inspection System (NSIS) had substantially more carcass contamination and sanitary violations over a five-year period than five comparably-sized hog plants operating under traditional inspection.


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