USA: USDA to allow irradiated meat in school lunches
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced its plans to allow irradiated meat to be used in US school meals by the end of the year. Around 27 million children in the US currently receive free or low-cost school lunches via the federal school lunch programme. At the moment the programme does not allow irradiated meat to be served in school lunches.
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