Excerpt from Food Democracy

Lawmakers pressured Agriculture Department officials today to disclose which retailers sold meat that was  recalled in the nation’s largest beef recall.

Richard Raymond, the department’s undersecretary for food safety, told a House panel that the information is proprietary and can’t be disclosed. He said that 10,000 consignees — from producers to retail establishments — received the potentially tainted meat, but he couldn’t reveal which ones.

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