Tag Archives: HACCP

Meat That Tests Positive For E. Coli Is Cooked And Sold In Human And Pet Food

And this might not be such a bad thing. Meat That Tests Positive For E. Coli Is Cooked And Sold In Human And Pet Food posted on May 29, 2014, at 12:32 p.m. by Deena Shanker BuzzFeed Staff Pre-cooked meat, … Continue reading

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FSIS’ AMBIGUITY FOR INSPECTORS’ DUTIES UNDER HIMP

I read with interest your HIMP article entitled “A Flying Leap” in the November issue of Meatingplace. I have a few comments, and will conclude with one request for you. You make the comment on page 28 “Current poultry inspection … Continue reading

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Saying food is safer doesn’t make it so

Basically, the only step taken after the tragic Jack in the Box incident was the attempt by USDA to educate the public about safer meat handling and safe cooking temperatures. Fast food restaurants, along with many consumers, were told to … Continue reading

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USDA Meat Inspection Needs Overhaul

Our food is not getting safer. Under HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) meat inspectors are busy inspecting paperwork instead of meat. Big packers are running very fast kill lines (350 to 400 head per hour) with low paid, unskilled, … Continue reading

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