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Fake News FDA Warning On "Rat Meat" Was Not Real


Prior to this years Super Bowl a news story shared on multiple websites is now being revealed to have been a "fake news" report. CBS News online reports that a story indicating the seizure of thousands of pounds of imported rat meat being passed off as chicken wings was false. The "fake news" story also mentioned an FDA warning about 300,000 pounds of rat meat that was possibly still in circulation as Super Bowl parties approached. Peter Cassell Spokesman for the FDA speaking to AP News said that the agency “is not aware of the seizure of rat meat referenced” and the FDA never issued such a warning.

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