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Five more chicken plants can now run their lines faster, raising food safety advocate’s hackles

Poultry Salmonella testing may change

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A consumer safety advocate is once again raising concerns over a new initiative to allow more chicken plants to run their lines at faster speeds after USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection (FSIS) recently added five additional plants to the Salmonella Initiative Program (SIP), which means these plants will also be eligible to receive line speed waivers.


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