Egg industry questions on-farm salmonella checks

09/21/2004 | FoodNavigator · NYTimes.com

A move proposed by the FDA to require large farms to perform salmonella tests before eggs can go to market is unnecessary, as less than one quarter of 1% of all food-borne illness can be linked to eggs, according to the American Egg Board. Supporters of the move, however, say the tests will reduce the number of salmonella-related illnesses.

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