Meat

EU to compensate

EU to compensate

The European Commission has decided to pay an advance of €1.25 million to Belgium farmers for losses they occurred due to avian influenza outbreaks in the first half of 2003.

Good news from the East

Good news from the East

Meat processors in Japan have reported increased slaughter figures. According to Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA), Japanese beef plants processed over 107,000 cattle in July 2003.

Russia opens up

Russia opens up

Russia is to allow imports of boneless Canadian beef, so long as the meat can be satisfactorily proven to be free of mad cow disease (BSE).

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