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  • March 10, 2017 3:01 PM | Anonymous

    May 23–26, 2017
    Minnesota Department of Agriculture, Laboratory Services Division
    St. Paul, MN 

    Sponsored by the National Laboratory Training Network in collaboration with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, Laboratory Services Division 

    DESCRIPTION
    This three and one-half day basic to intermediate level workshop will feature in-depth presentations and hands-on sessions on bacterial foodborne illness. Experts will present the most current information on test methodologies including separation techniques, PCR technology and toxin testing. The role of the public health laboratory (PHL) in foodborne illness investigation will be discussed. Strategies in laboratory safety and method validation will be presented. Participants will perform a variety of testing methods using selected foodborne etiological agents. 

    course flyer

    preliminary application


    AUDIENCE
    This basic to intermediate level course is intended for laboratory personnel working in public health laboratories who have a minimum of one year experience performing microbiology testing and responsibility (or the potential) for conducting food microbiology testing. 

    OBJECTIVES
    At the conclusion of this program, the participant will be able to:

    • Describe the challenges to detecting pathogens in food. 
    • Explain the process and methods for isolating bacteria in food samples. 
    • Discuss the advantages and barriers to detecting foodborne pathogens by molecular methods. 
    • Define the activities necessary to validate a new laboratory procedure. 
    • Provide an overview of laboratory accreditation. 
    • Perform procedures for the identification of B. cereus, Staphylococcal enterotoxin, E.coli O157:H7, Salmonella spp. and Listeria monocytogenes
    • Analyze and interpret results of identification assays. 
    • Define the role of the PHL in foodborne illness investigation. 

    FACULTY

    • Matthew Forstner, BS, Microbiology Supervisor, Minnesota Department of Agriculture, Laboratory Services Division, St. Paul, MN 
    • Darcy Hanes, PhD, Captain, United States Public Health Service, Food and Drug Administration, Division of Virulence Assessment, Laurel, MD 
    • Kirsten Larson, MPH, Manager, Food Safety, Association of Public Health Laboratories, Silver Spring, MD 
    • Kristina McCallum, BS, Deputy Lab Manager, Biochemistry Laboratory, Colorado Deptartment of Agriculture, Denver, CO 
    • Yvonne M. Salfinger, MS, FL Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, (retired) Bureau Chief, Bureau of Food Laboratories, Denver, CO 
    • Bryanne Shaw, BS, Biology Section Manager, Minnesota Department of Agriculture, Laboratory Services Division, St. Paul, MN 
    • Christopher Waggener, PhD, Lead Scientist, FERN Training Coordinator, Division of Consolidated Laboratories, Richmond, VA    

    APPLICATION 
    Application Deadline: Extended to March 17-contact APHL immediately if interested in attending

    • The preliminary application is to be completed online.
    • Only completed applications received by the deadline will be considered. Application does not guarantee acceptance. If you are unable to complete the application online, email Susan Bailey or phone 240.485.2746.
    • Public health applicants must have approval from their state or local laboratory director to apply. 
    • Students will be selected according to the degree to which the applicant's job description, experience, and responsibilities are consistent with the prerequisites. 
    • Priority will be given for one applicant per public health laboratory, with a second person considered on a space available basis.
    • Notification of acceptance status will be sent via email after February 21, 2017.

    REGISTRATION

    • Registration for this workshop is being offered at No Charge to the participants! 
    • Registration and logistical details will be provided upon acceptance into the course. 
    • Some states have lengthy travel approval processes so begin as soon as possible. Do NOT make travel arrangements until you are notified of acceptance into the course. 
    • Participants are responsible for lodging, meals, and travel costs. A group lodging discount is being negotiated at the current federal per diem rate of $145.00 (plus tax and fees) per night. 
    • Daily transportation to and from the hotel and laboratory will be provided.

    CONTINUING EDUCATION
    The Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) is approved as a provider of continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory sciences by the ASCLS P.A.C.E. ® Program. Participants who successfully complete this program will be awarded 27 contact hours. This course has been approved for 27 contact hours in the category (Microbiology/Mycology/Parasitology) for Florida Laboratory Licensees.

    SPECIAL NEEDS
    In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), individuals seeking special accommodations should submit their request in writing at least three weeks prior to start date of the workshop to APHL Customer Support. For more information phone 
    800.536.6586 or 240.485.2746. 

    QUESTIONS?
    Please email Susan Bailey, APHL Customer Service Manager.

    This training was supported by Cooperative Agreement # NU60HM000803 funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of CDC or the Department of Health and Human Services. This project was 100% funded from a federal program with federal funds of $1,722,464.00.

    The National Laboratory Training Network is a training system sponsored by the 
    Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). For a complete list of courses, visit www.nltn.org/courses.

  • March 10, 2017 11:43 AM | Anonymous

    President Donald J. Trump’s Assistant to the President for Economic Policy and Director of the National Economic Council (NEC) Gary Cohn has announced key additions to the NEC senior staff that includes Ray Starling of North Carolina.  Starling will serve as Special Assistant to the President for Agriculture, Trade and Food Assistance. He was previously Chief of Staff for U.S. Senator Thom Tillis, and also served as the Senator’s Chief Counsel. Prior to these positions, he was the General Counsel for then-Speaker Tillis’ and Senior Agriculture Advisor in the North Carolina General Assembly. He has been the General Counsel for the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, has private practice experience from several years at Hunton & Williams, and has taught numerous agricultural and food law courses. After growing up on a Century Family Farm in southeast North Carolina, Starling received a B.S. in Agricultural Education from N.C. State University and a J.D. from UNC-Chapel Hill.  In his position with the National Economic Council, he will advise the White House on issues pertaining to food safety.

    Having grown up on a North Carolina farm, he knows agriculture from the inside and understands food safety and agriculture. He served on the state’s food safety task force where he addressed changes that would exist as a result of the passage of the Food Safety Modernization Act.

    Starling’s education as an attorney and knowledge of Capitol Hill gained while working for the senator give him a frame of reference that should allow him to advise the administration from a practical, workable point of view.


  • March 10, 2017 10:36 AM | Anonymous

    March 10, 2017

    FDA

    FDA Investigates Listeria Outbreak Linked to Soft Cheese Produced by Vulto Creamery

    Recalls

    Date

    Brand Name

    Product Description

    Reason/ Problem

    Company

    03/09/2017

    Lidia’s  

    Marinara Sauce  

    Undeclared milk

    Nonna Foods

    03/09/2017

    7-Select  

    Mantecada (Muffin)  

    Undeclared milk

    BAK-EZ Bakery Company

    03/09/2017

    Regeneca Worldwide  

    Various herbal and dietary supplements  

    Not manufactured in compliance with cGMPs

    Regeneca Worldwide

    03/08/2017

    Gerber  

    Cheese Ravioli Pasta Pick-Ups  

    The egg allergen is missing from the 'Contains"'statement

    Gerber Products Company

    03/08/2017

    Vulto Creamery  

    Ouleout and Miranda soft raw milk cheese  

    Listeria monocytogenes

    Whole Foods Market

    03/08/2017

    GFS  

    Monterey Jack Cheese with Jalapeno Peppers  

    Listeria monocytogenes

    Biery Cheese Co.

     

    FSIS
    Picone Meat Specialties, LTD. Recalls Pork Products Due To Misbranding and Undeclared Allergen

    King's Command Foods, LLC. Recalls Beef Products Due To Possible Foreign Matter Contamination

     

    AskFSIS

    Clarification of 9 CFR 417.5(b) “When the specific Event Occurs”

     

    GIPSA

    GIPSA Settles a Case with Oberlin Livestock Auction, Inc., d/b/a St. Francis Auction Market Resulting in a $4,000 Penalty (PDF; 62KB)

    GIPSA Settles a Case with John Stone, Hardrock Cattle Company, LLC Resulting in a $5,000 Penalty (PDF; 56KB)

    GIPSA Settles a Case with John Knight. Camelot Cattle Company, L.L.C., d/b/a 101 Livestock Auction Resulting in a $2,000 Penalty (PDF; 61KB)

     

    FTC

    Distributor of Pulley Block Systems Settles with FTC, Agrees to Drop Misleading ‘Made in USA’ Claims

     

    National Academies

    Global Harmonization of Methodological Approaches to Nutrient Intake Recommendations: A Workshop


    March 8, 2017

    FDA
    Recalls

    Date

    Brand Name

    Product Description

    Reason/ Problem

    Company

    03/07/2017

    A&H Focal Inc.  

    Dietary Supplements  

    Found to contain PDE-5 Inhibitors (i.e. sildenafil, tadalafil, vardenafil, etc.)

    A&H Focal Inc.

    03/07/2017

    I.M. Healthy  

    Original creamy SoyNut Butter  

    Escherichia coli (E. coli) O157:H7

    SoyNut Butter Co.

    03/07/2017

    Vulto Creamery  

    Cheeses  

    Listeria monocytogenes

    Vulto Creamery

    03/06/2017

    WEGMANS  

    Milk Chocolate Big Ear Bunny Sucker  

    Undeclared peanuts

    Landies Candies Co Inc.

     

    APHIS

    USDA Issues Update on Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in Tennessee

     

    AMS

    USDA Announces Over $60 Million in Grant Availability for the Specialty Crop Industry

    USDA Vegetable Purchase Programs Announced

     

    National Academies

    Open Meeting: Planning Committee for a Workshop on Strategies to Limit Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption in Young Children

    March 8, 2017 (9:00 AM Eastern) Open Meeting

     

     

    March 7, 2017

    FDA

    FDA Investigates Multistate Outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 Infections Linked to SoyNut Butter

    Warning Letters

    Letter Issue Date

    Company Name

    Issuing Office

    Subject

    Close Out Date

    03/02/2017

    Lucky Pacific Corp and Kamli International Co. Ltd.

    New York District Office

    Seafood HACCP/CGMP for Foods/Adulterated/Insanitary Conditions

    Not Issued *

    02/28/2017

    Trapper's Creek Inc. DBA Copper River Smoking Company

    Seattle District Office

    Seafood HACCP/CGMP for Foods/Adulterated/Insanitary Conditions

    Not Issued *

    02/27/2017

    DeGrave Dairy

    Minneapolis District Office

    Illegal Drug Residue

    Not Issued *

    02/17/2017

    Aegeia Skin Care, LLC

    Dallas District Office

    New Drugs/Cosmetics Labeling and Marketing with Drug Claims

    Not Issued *

    12/16/2016

    Healthy Habits

    Los Angeles District Office

    New Drugs/Cosmetics Labeling and Marketing with Drug Claims

    Not Issued *

     

    FSIS

    021-2017 F.B. Packing Co., Inc. Recalls Beef Products Due To Possible Foreign Matter Contamination

    022-2017 Rochester Meat Company Recalls Pork Sausage Products Due To Misbranding

     

    White House

    Memorandum: Spring 2017 Data Call for the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions

     

    AMS
    USDA Seeks Nominees for the Hass Avocado Board

    USDA Restricts PACA Violators in California, Georgia, Texas and Wyoming from Operating in the Produce Industry

     


    March 6, 2017

    Federal Register

    Food Safety and Inspection Service

    Notices

    Meetings: Codex Alimentarius Commission Committee on Food Import and Export Inspection and Certification Systems

    Filed on: 03/06/2017 at 08:45 am Scheduled Pub. Date: 03/07/2017

    FR Document:2017-04453 PDF  10 Pages (115 KB) Permalink

    Codex Alimentarius Commission: Codex Committee on Pesticide Residues

    Filed on: 03/06/2017 at 08:45 am Scheduled Pub. Date: 03/07/2017

    FR Document: 2017-04451  PDF 10 Pages (117 KB)  Permalink

     

    Commerce Department

    Notices

    Requests for Information: Impact of Federal Regulations on Domestic Manufacturing

    Filed on: 03/03/2017 at 11:15 am Scheduled Pub. Date: 03/07/2017

    FR Document:2017-04516 PDF 6 Pages (253 KB) Permalink

    • Ø  The Commerce Department is seeking public comment concerning the impact of federal regulations on domestic manufacturing and federal actions to streamline permitting for the construction and expansion of domestic manufacturing facilities and to reduce regulatory burdens for domestic manufacturers as directed by President Trump’s Memorandum “Streamlining Permitting and Reducing Regulatory Burdens for Domestic Manufacturing”.

     

    FDA
    Recalls

    Date

    Brand Name

    Product Description

    Reason/ Problem

    Company

    03/04/2017

    I.M. Healthy  

    Original creamy SoyNut Butter  

    Escherichia coli (E. coli) O157:H7

    SoyNut Butter Co.

    03/03/2017

    Meijer  

    Muenster Cheese  

    Listeria monocytogenes

    Meijer

    03/03/2017

    Evanger's, Against the Grain  

    Hunk of Beef, Braised Beef, and Pulled Beef canned dog food  

    Pentobarbital

    Evanger's Dog and Cat Food

     

    FSIS

    Mar 03, 2017 | PDF

    • ·        FSIS Intends to Begin a Phased Roll-out of Egg Products Plant FSAs
    • ·        NACMCF Subcommittee on Virulence Factors and Attributes that Define Foodborne Shiga Toxin-producing Escherichia coli as Severe Human Pathogens to Meet
    • ·        Allergen Public Meeting
    • ·        FSIS Announces Staffing Updates
    • ·        FSIS Schedules Webinar on Equivalence Webpage Improvements
    • ·        Appealing Inspection Decisions Fact Sheet Available
    • ·        Updated Slaughter Compliance Guidelines for Beef Slaughtering Establishments is Available

     

    AMS

    USDA Seeks Nominees for the Peanut Standards Board

     

    APHIS

    USDA Confirms Highly Pathogenic H7 Avian Influenza in a Commercial Flock in Lincoln County, Tennessee

     

    FTC

    Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book for January - December 2016

    FTC Releases Annual Summary of Consumer Complaints



     


  • March 09, 2017 3:53 PM | Anonymous

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    Hello everyone.

     

    Our last few MFRPS calls have demonstrated several documents that have been created to assist you with program elements of the 2016 MFRPS.  All of the completed documents have been uploaded into the 2016 MFRPS folder on FoodSHIELD.  As you heard during the March 8 call, we have recently reorganized the document folder structure within the MFRPS Workgroup.  We hope this will make it easier for everyone to find the appropriate documents.  A partial list of recently uploaded documents and their folder name is included below.  If you are not able to find a document please contact your SIS representative.

     

    Standard 1 folder:

    Appendix 1 Self Assessment Worksheet Job Aide

     

    Standard 4 folder:

    Appendix 4.2

    Appendix 4.3

    Appendix 4.4

    Tips and  Tricks for Appendix 4.3 and 4.4

     

    Standard 9 folder:

    Document Control Assessment

    Document Control Information

     

    Standard 10 folder:

    Standard 10 Assessment Tool

    Login Link: FoodSHIELD


  • March 09, 2017 7:55 AM | Anonymous
    Check out this article that spotlights the Oregon Health Authority's Public Division: http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2017/03/oregon-confirms-e-coli-in-soynut-butter-from-victims-home/#.WMFPZzvytPZ
  • March 03, 2017 1:28 PM | Anonymous



    March 1, 2017

    Dear Colleagues,

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) are pleased to announce the release of the revised Animal Feed Regulatory Program Standards (AFRPS).  The development of the original AFRPS in February 2014, and the recent revisions to the AFRPS, are the result of a cooperative effort by federal and state regulators.  These standards benefit regulators and the industry by promoting uniformity and consistency among regulatory programs.

    Revising the AFRPS is both a function of keeping the document current with appropriate federal approvals and making sure that the standards serve to facilitate continual improvement in state regulatory animal feed programs.  The current revisions are not intended to overhaul the document and are largely editorial in nature.  The main revisions to the document include the addition of a definition section and a new numbering layout that allows for quick reference and alignment with international standards, assessment tools, and other regulatory program standards.  The revisions to the individual standards are focused on providing clarity to requirements that were identified as needing additional explanation during the first three years of implementation.

    The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (Pub. Law 111-353), which was signed into law on January 4, 2011, calls for enhanced partnerships of government agencies and provides a legal mandate for developing a national Integrated Food Safety System (IFSS). A key element of an IFSS is the uniform application of model program standards so that regulatory agencies conduct inspections under the same set of standards. In addition to the AFRPS, model regulatory program standards currently exist for human food programs, namely the Manufactured Food Regulatory Program Standards and the Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Program Standards. As the U.S. moves toward integrating food safety resources, using uniform standards across feed regulatory programs is critical.

    The feed standards are standards for animal feed regulatory programs, not for manufacturers of animal feed.  The feed standards are comprised of eleven individual standards: regulatory foundation, training, inspection program, auditing, feed-related illness or death and emergency response, enforcement program, outreach activities, budget and planning, laboratory services, sampling program, and assessment and improvement of standard implementation.  The eleven standards, designed to strengthen the safety and integrity of the U.S. animal feed supply, are also the core elements of a State’s regulatory program.  The feed standards provide a framework that every State can use to determine the strengths and needs of their program.  They also provide the foundation for mutual reliance on inspections and other work conducted by federal and state agencies.

    Copies of the revised AFRPS and Summary of Changes may be downloaded from FDA’s internet website by clicking on 2017 AFRPS and Summary of Changes.  For additional information on the AFRPS, please visitwww.fda.gov/AFRPS.

    Questions and comments regarding the revised standards may be sent to the FDA’s Office of Partnerships at OP-ORA@fda.hhs.gov or Kevin Klommhaus in FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine at Kevin.Klommhaus@fda.hhs.gov.

    This message is being broadcast by ORA's Division of Communications.

    Thank you,

    FDA/ORA
    Office of Communications and Quality Program Management
    Division of Communications
    Mailbox:  DivComm-ORA@fda.hhs.gov




  • March 03, 2017 11:53 AM | Anonymous

    Federal Register

    Food and Drug Administration

    Proposed Rules

    Fruit Juice and Vegetable Juice as Color Additives in Food

    Filed on: 02/28/2017 at 08:45 am Scheduled Pub. Date: 03/01/2017

    FR Document: 2017-03929 PDF 5 Pages (29.1 KB) Permalink

    • Ø  FDA is reopening the comment period on the draft guidance “Fruit Juice and Vegetable Juice as Color Additives in Food” for 60 days from the date of publication in the Federal Register.

     

    Food and Nutrition Service

    Proposed Rules

    Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: Student Eligibility, Convicted Felons, Lottery and Gambling, and State Verification Provisions of the Agricultural Act

    Filed on:02/28/2017 at 08:45 am Scheduled Pub. Date: 03/01/2017

    FR Document:2017-03713 PDF 3 Pages (164 KB) Permalink

     

    FDA

    Third-Party Audits and FSMA

    Recalls

    Date

    Brand Name

    Product Description

    Reason/ Problem

    Company

    02/24/2017

    Our Chef's Own  

    Spinach Orzo Salad  

    Undeclared tree nut

    Whole Foods Market

     March 1st 


    FDA

    FDA Reopens Comment Period on Draft Guidance for Industry: Fruit Juice and Vegetable Juice as Color Additives in Food

     

    Warning Letters

    Letter Issue Date

    Company Name

    Issuing Office

    Subject

    Close Out Date

    February 23, 2017

    Modern Macaroni Co Ltd

    San Francisco District Office

    Seafood HACCP/CGMP for Foods/Adulterated/Insanitary Conditions

    Not Issued *

    February 03, 2017

    Kumato Labs

    Los Angeles District Office

    CGMP/Dietary Supplement/Adulterated/Misbranded

    Not Issued *

     

    Recalls

    Date

    Brand Name

    Product Description

    Reason/ Problem

    Company

    02/28/2017

    Yoke's Fresh Market  

    Cheese  

    Listeria monocytogenes

    Yoke's Fresh Market

    02/28/2017

    Lipari Old Tyme, Copperwood  

    Cheeses  

    Listeria monocytogenes

    Lipari Foods

    02/28/2017

    Lonestar Bakeries, Whole Foods Market  

    Cake  

    Undeclared tree nut (pecans)

    Whole Foods Market

     

    FSIS

    Wayne Farms, LLC Recalls Ready-To-Eat Chicken Products Due To Potential Processing Deviation

    Gourmet Classic Salads, Inc Recalls Ready-To-Eat Meat and Poultry Products Due To Possible Listeria Contamination

     

    AMS

    Texas Firm Posts $60,000 Employment Bond

    New York Firms Post $1 Million in Surety Bonds to Obtain PACA Licenses

    USDA Files Action Against Organic Avenue LLC in New York for PACA Violations

     

    White House

    Memorandum: For the Heads of Departments and Agencies

     March 2nd 


    Federal Register

    Agricultural Marketing Service

    Proposed Rules

    United States Standards: Grades of Frozen Onions

    Filed on: 03/02/2017 at 08:45 am Scheduled Pub. Date: 03/03/2017

    FR Document:2017-04079 PDF 3 Pages (158 KB) Permalink

     

    Notices

    Requests for Nominations: Peanut Standards Board

    Filed on: 03/02/2017 at 08:45 am Scheduled Pub. Date: 03/03/2017

    FR Document: 2017-04080 PDF 4 Pages (95.7 KB) Permalink

     

    FDA

    Recalls

    Date

    Brand Name

    Product Description

    Reason/ Problem

    Company

    03/01/2017

    Fusia  

    Szechuan Stir Fry  

    Listeria monocytogenes

    Versa Marketing, Inc.

     

    FSIS

    Dos Hermanos, Inc. Recalls Beef Jerky Products Produced Without Benefit of Inspection

    Procesadora La Hacienda, Inc. Recalls Meat Products Due To Misbranding and Undeclared Allergens

     

    AMS

    USDA Cites American Fruit and Produce Corporation in Florida for Failure to Pay for Produce and Company Satisfies Terms of Consent Decision and Order

     

    GIPSA
    GIPSA Settles a Case with Farmers Livestock Marketing, A.A.L. Resulting in a $3,300 Penalty (PDF; 57KB)

     

    National Academies

    Statement Regarding PLOS ONE Article on Academies' Study of Genetically Engineered Crops

     March 3rd 

    Federal Register

    Food and Drug Administration

    Proposed Rules

    Color Additive Petitions: DSM Biomedical

    Filed on: 03/03/2017 at 08:45 am Scheduled Pub. Date: 03/06/2017

    FR Document: 2017-04188 PDF 2 Pages (5.78 KB) Permalink

     

    FDA

    FDA Cautions Pet Owners and Caretakers Not to Feed Certain Evanger’s or Against the Grain Canned Pet Foods  

    Recalls

    Date

    Brand Name

    Product Description

    Reason/ Problem

    Company

    03/02/2017

    Meijer  

    Greek Salad  

    Undeclared Wheat

    Meijer

     

    FSIS

    Ohio Farms Packing Co. Ltd. Recalls Veal Products Due To Possible E. Coli O103 Contamination

     

    GIPSA
    GIPSA Settles a Case with Gary Thielen Resulting in a $2,000 Penalty (PDF; 56KB)

     

    AMS

    USDA Files Action Against Penny Tsigaris, Doing Business as Manavi Produce in New York for PACA Violations

     



  • March 03, 2017 8:15 AM | Anonymous
    One of our members, the the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, was recently spotlighted in an article. Check it out here: http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2017/03/i-m-healthy-soy-nut-butter-linked-to-e-coli-outbreak/#.WLlrRDvytPZ
  • February 28, 2017 11:26 AM | Anonymous
    One of our members, the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, was recently spotlighted in an article. Check it out here: http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2017/02/listeria-found-in-cheese-recalls-by-sargento-meijer-others/#.WLWjejvytPZ
  • February 28, 2017 10:55 AM | Anonymous

    One of our members, The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection was highlighted recently in an article. Check it out here: 

    http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2017/02/unknown-volume-of-beef-jerky-recalled-because-of-no-inspection/#.WJx9-hiZPuQ


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