Central Valley Meat Co. resumes deliveries for school lunches

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The Food Safety and Inspection Service found no evidence of meat from sick cattle entering the country’s food supply allowing Central Valley Meat Company to provide beef for school lunch programs.

The Associated Press reported the USDA is buying meat for federal feeding programs from the Central California slaughterhouse. An undercover video showing some mistreated animals leading up to slaughter temporarily closed the facility.

The slaughterhouse will continue to be monitored and must successfully pass four consecutive quarterly audits by the USDA.



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Jim    
Oklahoma  |  September, 12, 2012 at 01:14 PM

Will the undercover photographers stand good for the damage done to Central Valley Meat Co, and for that matter the packing house too? Where is the line they must stand in to retreive their reputations?


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