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FSIS proposes rule to ditch ‘unnecessary’ requirements for hog carcass cleaning

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USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) on Friday (May 11) announced a new proposed rule to eliminate what it says is a redundant requirement for hog slaughter establishments to clean hog carcasses before any incision is made preceding evisceration.


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