The US Department of Agriculture recently determined that Randox Food Diagnostics' kits for screening meat products for the presence of ractopamine conforms with federal standards.

On Dec. 20, 2013, the USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service updated its list of approved beta agonist drug screening methods to include Randox's biochip-based ractopamine test as well as its enzyme-linked immunosorbant assay kit for the same purpose.

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