UK: BSE breaches detected in imported beef
New checks on imported meat Meat inspectors have detected remnants of spinal cord in two consignments of beef quarters imported into Eastbourne from Germany and Holland, breaching EU rules. Spinal cord is on the list of specified risk material (SRM) which, under EU law, must be removed from cattle aged over 12 months immediately after slaughter. EU-wide SRM controls came into force throughout Europe on 1st October last year.
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