Pigs often become non-ambulatory “because of a temporary metabolic condition characterized by profound fatigue” according to a 2019 ruling by USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The condition is “usually completely reversible” after the animals are cooled and rested.

Several non-governmental organizations who are not satisfied with that 5-year-old

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The shortage of infant formula and the food safety reason behind it are front and center for groups like Consumer Reports and the Environmental Working Group, which are calling on Congress to take action.

Representatives from both organizations discussed problems with the internal structure at the Food and Drug Administration
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