EU/CHINA: EU officials urged to lift import ban on Chinese seafood
The safety of Chinese seafood products is "well worth the confidence of EU consumers," said the China Aquatic Products Processing and Marketing Association yesterday [Monday], and the import ban implemented by the European Union on 30 January is unfair. The Association has urged EU officials to lift the ban, which was enforced after the EU Standing Veterinary Committee said it found potentially risky chloramphenicol residues in samples of shrimps and prawns imported from China.
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