Needs to Check Background of Pseudo Medical-Animal Rights Group and Cease
Covereage of Alarmist and Unscientific Attack on Meat Products 'Physicians Committee' Campaign Exploits Children and
is Fear-Mongering at Its Worst
Carbon Monoxide Meat Packaging System Offers Key Food Safety
Benefits, New University Analyses Show.
American Meat Institute Urges FDA to Give Packaging a Thorough and Expedited
Beef is Perfectly Safe: Positive Test Result Should Not Cause Concern.
Prevention Strategies Working to Staunch BSE in U.S., says AMI
Self-Proclaimed Expert Peddles Fear, Not Facts With Processed Meat Warning.
Gold Standard National Toxicology Program Study Shows Nitrite Use in Cured
Meats Safe (04/21/05)
E. coli O157:H7 Incidence Drops 43 Percent in 2004 Downward Decline on Track
to Meet 2010 Government Goals, Says AMI (02/28/05)
American Meat Institute Says U.S. Beef Is Safe, No Need For Concern over
News of Inconclusive Test Result for BSE or 'Mad Cow Disease' (11/18/04)
Inconclusive Test Result Should not Cause Consumer Concern (06/26/04)
Declines in Foodborne Infections Affirm Success of Industry Food Safety
Strategies (Thirty-Six Percent Drop in E. coli O157:H7 Is Largest Ever Seen)
Food and Drug Administration Risk Assessment Shows Animal Cloning Is Safe
New USDA Microbiological Data Underscores Success of Industry Efforts to
Eradicate Listeria on Ready-to-Eat Meat and Poultry Products (10/17/03)
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