Health & Science
Master of Arts (MA)
From legal loopholes and outdated rules to undetectable infections and understaffing, the United States Department of Agriculture may not be doing all it can to make sure the American public’s health isn't at risk. As the people of the United States consume over 500 million pounds of beef a year, food safety policy and slaughterhouses are falling behind in proper procedural measurements in the beef industry.
Ziemski, Emily, "Four Legs Good, Two Legs Bad: How Slaughterhouse Safety Hasn’t Kept Up With the Times" (2017). CUNY Academic Works.