AUSTRALIA/UK: Athletes bid to bring breakfast bars to Commonwealth Games blocked
A row has erupted over Britain's refusal to import a 219kg consignment of muesli bars sent to feed the 371 athletes in the Australian team during the upcoming Commonwealth Games. According to an article in the Herald-Sun, the UK Environmental Health Department told global freight forwarding company Schenker Australia that it would need a complete list of all the ingredients in the bars, and the percentages of the ingredients, before it can let them into the country.
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