Mouthwash ingredient approved to clean poultry

03/4/2004 | Wall Street Journal, The

Safe Foods said it has received FDA approval to market Cecure, a spray made of the chemical compound used in mouthwash to kill germs, as a way to protect poultry from food-borne illness. One researcher said the compound has no taste or smell. Tyson Foods said it intends to begin using Cecure as part of its food-safety program.

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