REPUBLIC OF IRELAND/UK: Irish beef from cattle over thirty months old detained
A consignment of 90 Irish steer sides that were over thirty months at the time of slaughter has been detained on entry into the UK. The meat, although it had tested negative for BSE, was certified as coming from animals over thirty months at the time of slaughter. The discovery was made on Friday (4th January) as the consignment was being unloaded at ADM Ltd, Eastbourne. The beef came from O'Farrell Meats in County Cork, Ireland.
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