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Infectious Diseases A-Z: Ground meat safety

In an attempt to make it easier track down contaminated meat during outbreaks, retailers and federal establishments now must keep detailed meat grinding logs. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Safety Inspections service says better efficiency may help reduce consumers from becoming infected with E. coli and salmonella. Mayo Clinic infectious diseases specialist Dr. […]
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