Thursday, March 19, 2009

Peanut inspection system filled with holes

Alan Ludd, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Sunday, March 08, 2009)

“Georgia’s food inspectors had rules for butchering alligators. They had procedures for the proper handling of ‘feral swine.’ But only since last month has the inspectors’ manual told them specifically how to ensure the safe processing of a more everyday fare: peanuts. .  .  .”   The full report is available here.

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