A Clearwater, Nebraska, man has been sentenced to a year of probation for selling hundreds of pounds of meat that wasn't USDA inspected.
38-year old Cory Allemang was accused of false representation while working at Romans II in Norfolk in February of 2012.
Prosecutors say a Food Safety Inspection Service inspection of Romans II revealed a variety of meat products that weren't inspected by the USDA in a freezer packed with bags that said they were. Allemang told inspectors that the meat was processed for specific customers, and did not need USDA inspection. But, prosecutors say it's against the law to put meat into USDA marked bags that haven't been inspected.
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