Sixty House lawmakers asked the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety & Inspection Service (FSIS) to “delay a proposed modernization of hog slaughter inspection rule until the USDA addresses public health concerns related to the hog Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point-based Inspection Model’s Project (HIMP).”
The pilot project, started in 1998, shifted certain inspection responsibilities from federal to company employees in five market hog plants. Under HIMP, packers
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