USDA Eases Ban On Italian Cured Pork

USDA Eases Ban On Italian Cured Pork


The USDA has eased a ban on Italian cured pork, which had been in place since the 1960's, after it was determined that these meats were free of swine vesicular disease. Swine vesicular disease is “heat resistant, and can survive for a long time in cured, salted and dried pork.” To read more, click HERE.

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