UK: Fears grow that World Cup fans could re-introduce FMD from South Korea
Food safety campaigners say government measures to prevent football fans bring illegal meat into the UK from South Korea, which is suffering an epidemic of foot and mouth, are far from sufficient. DEFRA (the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs) has responded to calls for tighter security by posting a warning on the Football Association website and calling for extra vigilance on the part of customs and other port agencies.
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