In the "That Doesn't Seem Quite Right" category, it's been revealed that the food safety standards for fast food chains like McDonald's and Burger King are way better than school lunches: "[The chains] test the ground beef they buy five to 10 times more often than the USDA tests beef made for schools during a typical production day. And the limits Jack in the Box and other big retailers set for certain bacteria in their burgers are up to 10 times more stringent than what the USDA sets for school beef." [USA Today]
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