Ractopamine Still Making News After USDA Certification Program

What’s the latest on Ractopamine? Why all the fuss and what’s being done?

First, the latest news. New USDA Program.
Recently, the USDA introduced a certification program that would allow the meat industry to market their products with the claim “Never Fed Beta Agonists.” Beta agonists are a class of drugs used as feed additives to promote lean muscle mass in livestock intended for consumption. Compounds within the Beta agonist family include Ractopamine, Clenbuterol and Salbutamol. Continue reading Ractopamine Still Making News After USDA Certification Program