FDA to Limit Overuse of Antibiotics in Meat
By Grit Staff
New FDA Plan
The Food and Drug Administration is taking steps toward implementing a policy to eliminate the overuse of antibiotics in commercially produced meats. Adopting this strategy will be voluntary for producers; should they opt in, it will require veterinary consent before antibiotics may be administered to livestock. FDA Deputy Commissioner Michael R. Taylor believes that making this policy voluntary will ensure a higher opt-in rate from producers. You can read the full release on the FDA’s website.
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