More Time Needed to Avoid “Bacongate” in California


Processors and producers seek at least a two-year pause to give industry time to meet new standards. An estimated 99.8% of the pork consumed in California comes from out-of-state, creating a wide net of those impacted by the rule.  “As proposed, the rules fail to provide sufficient guidance and direction to pork producers to allow them to comply.”  Read more here.

Author: Feedstuffs