USA: New York meat processing plants shut down by USDA amid sanitary concerns
Three major meat-processing plants were closed by federal inspectors this week because of concerns over food safety. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) revealed yesterday that inspectors had encountered rodents and other sanitary problems during their inspections at Plymouth Beef
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