A Critical Review of the 1996 President's Mandate Pathogen Reduction Plan for Meat and Poultry.
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On July 6, 1996 the President of the United States, Bill Clinton, made the following announcement in his weekly RADIO ADDRESS TO THE NATION 1006 A.M. EDT. THE PRESIDENT QUOTE Good morning. This holiday weekend we celebrate Americas birthday and the values that hold us together as a community and a country. Its a time for family and fun, for games and fireworks and backyard barbecues. Tonight, smoke will curl over homes on nearly every block as millions of families gather around the grill for the most American of meals hamburgers and hot-dogs and barbecued chicken. Today I want to talk to you about the steps were taking to make sure the food we cook in backyard barbecues is safe and wholesome. Our families have every right to expect the food they serve their children is safe. They have every right to expect the worlds most bountiful food supply will also be the worlds safest. And, in fact, our food is very safe. Nearly a century ago, after muckrakers exposed dirty conditions in meat-packing plants, we made a national commitment to protect the public from unsafe food. It was one of the first ways we came together to meet the challenges of that new industrial age.
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