USDA Proposal for Meat Labeling Draws Criticism

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USDA Proposal for Meat Labeling Draws Criticism

This is disturbing. The USDA wants to get rid of mandatory nutrional labeling on meat, allowing posters and brochures to take their place. Their reasoning? “Because there are more than 3,300 cuts of beef alone (when you differentiate among products of different grades and trim levels) sold at retail, it would be extremely difficult to label each product from every species with nutrition information.” Oh, boo-friggin-hoo.

Just more proof that the USDA does not have the American public’s interest at heart (want more?).

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