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Hogs that ate melamine not fit for humans, FDA rules

By Diedtra Henderson
Globe Staff / April 27, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- Up to 6,000 hogs in California , Kansas , New York , North Carolina , Oklahoma , South Carolina, and Utah that ate pet food tainted with industrial chemicals cannot be safely sold to humans, federal authorities said yesterday, and should be euthanized at the farms where they have been held from the market. Several hundred of the ... (Full article: 702 words)

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