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Massie and Pingree Introduce Landmark Bill on Custom Meat Processing

By Farm-to-Consumer | July 23, 2015
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Falls Church, Virginia—July 23,2015—Today, Representatives Thomas Massie (R-KY) and Chellie Pingree (D-ME) introduced House Bill H.R. 3187, a bill that would significantly increase access to locally produced meat for consumers around the country. H.R. 3187, also known as the PRIME Act (theProcessing Revival and Intrastate Meat ExemptionAct), would return power to the states to determine appropriate regulations on meat processing for local sales.

The PRIME Act would give states the option of passing laws to allow the sale of custom slaughtered and processed meat in intrastate commerce direct to the consumer as well as to venues such as restaurants, hotels, or grocery stores that deal directly with consumers. Interstate sales or multi-step distribution chains would not be allowed.


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The Butcher's Guild is a fraternity of meat professionals bound to create a support system for our industry. We focus on education and camaraderie to achieve a communal goal: a network of successful, skilled, independent butchers all across the country!