MORE MEATS TO GET E. COLI TEST

WASHINGTON -- In a move to further bolster the safety of the nation's food supply, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is extending its test requirements for E. coli to processors of sheep, goats, equines, ducks, geese and guineas. The protocol, which takes effect Jan. 25, 2000, expands upon the program already established for meat, poultry and pork processors.and removing fecal contamination and associated

WASHINGTON -- In a move to further bolster the safety of the nation's food supply, the U.S. Department of Agriculture is extending its test requirements for E. coli to processors of sheep, goats, equines, ducks, geese and guineas. The protocol, which takes effect Jan. 25, 2000, expands upon the program already established for meat, poultry and pork processors.

and removing fecal contamination and associated bacteria from the carcass.

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