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FSIS rejects calls for cancer-warning labels on processed meats.

The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has rejected a petition by a consumer advocacy group calling for labels on processed meat and poultry warnings of the risks of colorectal cancer associated with overconsumption of these products.

The FSIS said that the products were safe to consume and that a label could fail to provide appropriate context information to allow consumers to make an informed decision.

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