Labeling for machine-tenderized beef is proposed by USDA

06/7/2013 | FoodSafetyNews.com · USA Today · Hill, The

The USDA has proposed requiring labeling for beef that undergoes mechanical tenderization, a move to stop foodborne illness. "This proposed rule would enhance food safety by providing clear labeling of mechanically tenderized beef products and outlining new cooking instructions so that consumers and restaurants can safely prepare these products," said Dr. Elisabeth Hagen, undersecretary for food safety.

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