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Wednesday, October 27, 2004

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From: Mario
To: USDA
Date: 3/11/2003
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(message)
Dear US Government,
I recently visited the States and ate some chicken, and I have since become very ill. Through expert Canadian medical advice they say I have Mad Chicken Disease. If I die I will sue the US like crazy. Instead of sueing, I am willing to accept a voucher for free chicken at KFC.
Thanks,
Mar Greek


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(reply)
Dear Mr. Greek,
All chickens found in retail stores are either inspected by USDA or by state systems which have standards equivalent to the Federal government. Each chicken and its internal organs are inspected for signs of disease. The "Inspected for wholesomeness by the U.S. Department of Agriculture" seal insures the chicken is free from visible signs of disease. Inspection is mandatory but grading is voluntary. Chickens are graded according to USDA Agricultural Marketing Service regulations and standards for meatiness, appearance and freedom from defects. Grade A chickens have plump, meaty bodies and clean skin, free of bruises, broken bones, feathers, cuts and discoloration.
FSIS Food Safety Education Staff



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