FDA releases salmonella contamination policy for livestock feed, pet food

07/18/2013 | CattleNetwork.com

A new FDA Compliance Policy Guide maintains zero tolerance for salmonella in pet foods but establishes a less stringent, risk-based standard for contamination in animal livestock feed addressing strains that may cause illness in animals. Because pet owners have frequent contact with their animals' food, any salmonella contamination poses a risk to humans.

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