Wednesday, July 28


A Pennsylvania meat company voluntarily recalled 170,000 pounds - 85 tons - of hamburger containing Canadian beef prohibited for possible mad cow, the USDA said on Wednesday. Not surprisingly, our country says the error was entirely Canada's.
UPDATE 7/29: Meanwhile, it certainly wasn't the United States' fault that another 38 tons of beef in South Korea was destroyed because it mistakenly contained beef from the U.S. banned for - yes - mad cow. Those damn Koreans, why weren't they paying more attention? Or maybe it was the Mexicans' fault...
ALSO: RCALF says the Canada thing violated an injunction, and Tom Daschle wrings his hands over the whole matter.

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