Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 14, 1974, Page 10

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO TW Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thors., Nov. 14. 1974 Cites Progress in Moves To Improve Meat Labeling By Sylvia Porter    ciful    meat-cut names (e.g., “His" and Her" steaks) as the NEW ^ORK — It was a year soje description of a meat ago that the National Livestock package and Meat Board, based in Require retailers to list the f hicago, launched a massive, minimum percent of lean meat albeit voluntary, campaign to ln hamburger spur meat retailers into courage food stores to simplifying and standardizing distribute meat buying and today s sprawling non-system mea{ preparing information to of meat labeling, The aim was consumers, in the store, clear — to enable us to identify what we’re buying and thus to compare real costs of one cut against another — and among the proposals were: Reduce the number of red meat names from more than 1,900 to about IOO, and label each meat package with a three-part description including species of animal (beef), name of the “primal” cut (chuck) and finally, the specific retail cut Eliminate meaningless, fan- What progress has been made? According to a survey by the Chicago board of the nation's larger supermarkets: A majority already have converted to the new system. or plan to do so before year end. Retailers have been distributing a “Beef Buying and Cooking Guide" at the rate of SO.IOO per week and, in most cases, absorbing this expense themselves. At least 32 states have passed or have launched state wide voluntary programs to adopt the new standards. In fact, the new system has so impressed the U.S. department of agriculture that it is now considering a proposal to make the labeling rules mandatory on all retail ruts of meat coming from federally ms-l>eeted meat plants (about half of all meat) Meanwhile, if your local food store or supermarket has not installed the new meat labeling system, ask the manager why not; urge him to do so; and study what information does now appear on the store's meat ‘labels. Here are two new clues on labeling improvements to look for in the immediate future. (I) On Dec. 8, a new “open dating" regulation will go into effect, giving you. for the first time, major guides on how fresh are the meat and poultry you are buying ender the new regulations, the calendar date stamped on A meat package must be identified as "packing date," “sell by date," or “use before date." Terms such as “for maximum freshness" also may be used to qualify these dates Meat and poultry packages might he labeled “packed on Nn\ ll," for instance. (2) Also in December, any meat (or other food) which is claimed to have special nutritional properties (e.g., “ enriched”) or to which vitamins and minerals have been added must be labeled with details on calorie content, protein content and amounts of key vitamins and minerals. This would disclose the per- Rare Coin Loot UPI Telephoto A Montreal police detective displays some of the 854 ancient rare coins that were recovered in that Canadian city recently. They are part of a mult-million dollar collection of ancient Roman and Greek coins stolen in December of 1973 from the Fogg museum at Harvard university. The recovered coins are valued at $1 million. Judge Denies Prisoner’s Right To Conjugal Sex NEW YORK (UPI) -Prisoners have no constitutional right Ho conjugal sex, a New York court ruled "Denial of conjugal rights to prisoners,” Judge John Can-nella said. “is an accepted result of confinement and such deprivations cannot be said to abridge any right guaranteed by the Constitution.” Leonard Porter, 48 and married, in prison for manslaughter, sued for conjugal visits. He said denial of “sexual visitations" deprived him of his rights to due process and equal protection under the law and exposed him to cruel and unusual punishment. In addition. Porter said, the denial of permission to have relations with his wife deprives him of his right to medical treatment for his alleged “homosexual tendencies.” “While other nations have experimented with the ides of sexual visitations." Cannelle said, “the court knows of no case w hich requires or permits such practices in the United States.” ON THIS DATE in 1842. air ace Eddie Kiekenbaeker and seven other Americans were rescued from a life raft. 23 days after their plane had gone down in the Pacific. P ■' & *T0 ,m m&x ere once was a UOY willlj- 40 WAS KNOWN WR HER BEAUTIFUL'CHIN. SHE WOULD LOWER HER EYE and hold her head high hen SIPPING her ARROW SLOE GIN. •For free drink and food recipe booklet write: Arrow Cordials, P.O. Box Arrow* Sloe Gin, 60 Proof. *M974 Arrow Liquors Co., Allen Park, Michigan 48101 centages of the USDA’s “Recommended Dietarv Allowances” (or RD As) — the amount of each nutrient needed by one adult each day. Many food processors and retailers have gone ahead on their own. heating this deadline The dating regulation is voluntary, will not force meat processors and retailers to switch from their cryptic codes to plain, understandable package dating. But many processors will join the increasing numbers already using open dating to help consumers in shopping and comparing Open dating also helps retailers with stock rotation Of rears*, open dating aion* cannot guarantee quality or wholesomeness, for a crucial factor in these is proper handling and storage of the food from processor to consumer. But you and I will, in many cases, now be able to tell which meat and poultry products are the freshest and, therefore, which we can safely store for Sylvia Porter the longest period in our own refrigerators. And if the stores reporting to the Meat Board continue to follow through on their stated plans, there is absolutely no doubt that progress in our favor will have been made in a crucial area on a broad front. Turkey Valley Board Receives Uniform LAWLER — The Turkey Valley school hoard received a request at its meeting this week for new school hand uniforms. The hand director and Booster’s club made the request. The Ixiard took no action but agreed to pursue the idea Booster’s club members present at the meeting presented plans for raising money for the uniforms. Things are happening every dav in the Classified ads. Radio /hack -V .W'Ys    \C Y>7 “V STORES NOW OPEN LAIE NIGHTS TIU CHRISTMAS ^ WHAP UP THESE GREAT GIFTS FOR SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CHEER! 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