UK: British meat exports to restart to EU as European vets lift ban
Farming and meat industry groups have welcomed news that European vets voted unanimously to lift the final restrictions on British meat exports to the EU, but they warned it will take a long time to recover lost export markets. Chief veterinary officers from all 15 Member States of the EU moved more quickly than was expected and voted unanimously to lift the export bans, which were imposed last February when Britain's devastating outbreak of foot-and-mouth began.
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