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COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina health officials have told a grocery store in Richland County not to stock raccoon meat.Department of Health and Environmental Control found bags of chilled raccoon meat in a cooler at the store in Gadsden.
DHEC spokesman Thom Berry said he can’t recall when inspectors found raccoon meat in a grocery store.
Berry said raccoon meat is not certified by state and federal meat inspectors as being safe for humans.
He said inspectors found the meat still in the store on a second visit and ordered it thrown away.
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