The outbreak that changed meat and poultry inspection systems worldwide
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© 2018 American Society of Animal Science. • In the early 1990s, meat and poultry inspection was slowly evolving away from a visual inspection system to one based on risk. • Implementation of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points was moving toward the "raw" side of the system, on a voluntary, but slow basis. • In 1992, the United States had not implemented standardized systems to train government or industry personnel on the use of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points. • The 1993 Jack-in-the Box outbreak changed it all!.
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Murano, E. A., Cross, H. R., & Riggs, P. K.