Pure Food and Drug Act: A Muckraking Triumph
The Meat Inspection Act of 1906 is a U.S
The intent of the Custom Red Meat Exemption or the Custom Poultry Exemption is to provide a means for a slaughterhouse/red meat processor or poultry processor to offer the service of slaughter and/or cut-wrap, smoking, processing, etc. to individuals that do not intend to sell the product and will be taking the product home for consumption by their family, friends and non-paying guests. The products will be marked "NOT FOR SALE". It is the goal of Quality Assurance and Regulations to help the custom operator understand and implement good food safety and sanitation practices. There is no registration fee associated with the custom exemption, however an annual water test for coliforms and nitrates is necessary. Please read the information in the documents provided below. There are sample recordkeeping documents, the guideline field inspectors use to verify the correct operation of your facility when they visit for your periodic review and an educational powerpoint presentation highlighting operational sanitation. If you are providing or wish to provide custom services, please complete the
Meat Inspection Act - Justice Laws Website
It introduced about Meat Inspection Act in Progressive Era: the main reasoned why it happened, how it affected on legislation, and how government- especially president Roosevelt- executed the new law.