Thursday, August 11, 2011

USDA knew ground turkey was contaminated before anyone died

From Natural News:

New evidence emerged today that proves the USDA knew that ground turkey produced by Cargill was widely contaminated with salmonella, but it remained silent and waited for someone to die before taking action and forcing a recall. This is an incredible betrayal of food safety (and an inexcusable double standard in light of recent raw milk raids.)

What we're witnessing here is evidence that the USDA wanted to see a food safety fatality because in the aftermath of such an event, it can beat the drum for more food safety funding and authority (just like the FDA). Read the details on this breaking story, which was originally covered by the Wall Street Journal: