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Brashears urged to revoke line speed waiver for Georgia chicken plant

Group views plant as ‘poster child’ for revoking waiver, points to failing Salmonella performance record

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A consumer group wasted little time testing newly appointed Mindy Brashears at USDA this week when it asked her to revoke the line speed waiver for a Georgia poultry plant after it failed to consistently meet Salmonella performance standards.


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