CHINA/EU: Chinese fish given EU health all clear
Another two products are to be removed from the list of Chinese imports that are banned from the European Union (EU) because of concern about the misuse of antibiotics. The EU Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health has approved the health status of Chinese crayfish and surimi. Extra checks will still be made however with 20% of consignments being examined.
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