WHO clarifies advisory on processed, red meats
The World Health Organization said today that a report linking processed meat and colorectal cancer resulted in a recommendation that people reduce consumption of processed meat rather than stop eating it.
“The latest IARC [International Agency for Research on Cancer] review does not ask people to stop eating processed meats but indicates that reducing consumption of these products can reduce the risk of colorectal cancer,” the WHO said in a news release.
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Electronic Inspections on the horizon for Nebraska Beef Producers: NBC Subcommittee continues gathering input for future E-Inspection program
ALLIANCE, Neb., – November 29 – The E-Inspection Subcommittee begins assignment to gather information pertinent to implementing voluntary Electronic Inspection authorized by legislative changes to the Livestock Brand Act earlier this spring.