Tuesday, July 30


This observation comes from the St. Petersburg Times, which notes in yesterday's editorial that while irradiaton is being pushed as The Answer to fecal contamination, the solution is really "for Congress to force the meat industry to clean up its act, and its product. And it would be better for the meat industry to stop fighting such reforms if it wants to retain any credibility." Meanwhile, over at USA Today, an Op-Ed by Joan Claybrook puts it more succinctly: "People do not want to eat meat contaminated with fecal matter -- even if it has been irradiated."

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