That’s despite warnings that meat safety could be compromised.
“I don’t think there are any elevated food safety concerns,” said Purdue agricultural economist Jayson Lusk via email.
Calculating meat safety ourselvesWe may not be able to get definitive information about how processing plants are managing risks associated with COVID-19.
In exchange for food safety data, plants that participate in the SIP program get waivers for regulatory requirements.
Line speed isn’t the only measure of whether or not a plant is operating safely, but it’s an important one.

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