UK: FSA says that sheep intestine should be banned from food use on BSE risk
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has recommended to the European Commission (EC) that sheep intestine should be banned from food use on a Europe-wide basis as a precautionary measure against the theoretical risk of BSE in sheep. The FSA takes the view that although this is a theoretical risk it has to be considered in the context of the possible human health impact of vCJD should BSE be present in sheep.
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