California raw almonds must be treated, judge rules

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By Michael Doyle
McClatchy Newspapers

WASHINGTON — A federal judge Monday upheld requirements that raw California almonds be treated to protect consumers from salmonella poisoning.

In a blow to organic almond producers and handlers, the Washington, D.C.-based judge rejected challenges to pasteurization requirements designed by the Almond Board of California. The Agriculture Department formally imposed the rules in March 2007, setting off sparks.


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One thought on “California raw almonds must be treated, judge rules

  1. Holy cows, food, water, fuel, air, and money[controlled].
    Soverniegnty may be the only hope states[We the people..,”] may have against this sophisticated Bundt.

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