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USA Takes Action to Prevent Salmonella in Poultry Products
USA Takes Action to Prevent Salmonella in Poultry Products
The USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced it will declare Salmonella as an adulterant in breaded and stuffed raw chicken products.  By declaring Salmonella an adulterant in these products, FSIS will be able to ensure highly contaminated products that could make people sick aren’t sold to consumers. Since 1988, ...
Survey: Consumers are Relying on Chicken Despite Inflation
Survey: Consumers are Relying on Chicken Despite Inflation
Despite economic challenges, Americans are still buying chicken.  Those findings presented at the recent 2022 Chicken Marketing Summit.  The survey showed that while consumers average rating for their current financial situation is midway between “poor” and “excellent,” 87% are buying the same amount or more of fresh chicken compared to six months ago. Chicken continues to be the h...
Survey Americans Want Clearer Product Labeling of Plant-Based ‘Chicken’
Survey Americans Want Clearer Product Labeling of Plant-Based ‘Chicken’
Earlier this week, the National Chicken Council announced findings from a recent national survey of Americans regarding consumer attitudes about chicken and plant-based ‘chicken’ alternatives.  Survey participants included individuals who consume meat and animal products, along with flexitarians, vegetarians and vegans.  The results indicat...
USDA Launches New Effort to Reduce Salmonella Illnesses Linked to Poultry
USDA Launches New Effort to Reduce Salmonella Illnesses Linked to Poultry
The Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service Tuesday announced a stronger and more comprehensive effort to reduce Salmonella illnesses associated with poultry products. The agency is initiating several activities to gather data and information necessary to support future action and move closer to the national target of a 25% reduction in Salmonella illnesses ...

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