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on May 14, 2010

USDA Strengthens Salmonella Standards For Poultry

USDA is setting new standards for the levels of salmonella and another pathogen in broilers (young chickens) and turkeys as part of an effort to strengthen food safety.

USDA is setting new standards for the levels of salmonella and another pathogen in broilers (young chickens) and turkeys as part of an effort to strengthen food safety.

After two years under the new standards, USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service estimates that 39,000 illnesses will be avoided each year

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