A NEW international guidance for establishing negligible risk for trichinae in swine could significantly boost exports of U.S. pork, according to the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC).
With strong support from NPPC and the National Pork Board, which provided scientific input, the Codex Alimentarius Commission — the U.N.'s food safety standard-setting body — finalized global guidelines on July 11 that provide a way for countries to define negli
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