Needle-Tenderized Steaks to Require New Labels in U.S.Stephanie Armour
About a quarter of the beef sold in the U.S. is tenderized by manufacturers using needles or blades, an unlabeled treatment that regulators say contributes to contamination with E. coli and other pathogens.
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