Does the FDA really regulate what meat companies do to ensure food safety?



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    Although the FDA oversees the regulation of meat, it is the USDA which provides the guidelines and regulations for meat and poultry producers (see link to USDA guidlines page). Before the USDA posts a verified producer, they must go through a top down facility inspection, and the quality must meet the requirements of the Federal Meat Inspection act. The guidelines of the act are very thorough and is reviewed with frequency. The FMIA was last revamped on Oct. 29 2009.

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