USA: Adding oregano to meat could reduce risk of listeria - research
Oregano could be added to ready-to-eat meats to reduce the risk of listeria bacteria, according to the American Meat Institute Foundation. Researchers in the US have been investigating ways to help US meat plants prevent against listeria contamination. The American Meat Institute Foundation, a group funded by US meat companies, held a news conference on Friday to introduce techniques now being tested.
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