More food safety myths debunked (commentary)

More food safety myths debunked (commentary)

MANY groups and individuals who do not like the way producers raise animals for food — or simply do not like that animals are raised for food — have pointed many accusing fingers at the animal agriculture industry.

They are against using antibiotics for the prevention and control of infectious diseases.

They are against the safe use of beta-agonists to maximize growth per animal.

They are against reco

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