UK: New meat hygiene charging rules "Vastly improved" - NFU
Meat hygiene regulations intended to enable a fairer charging system for small abattoirs to be implemented have been greatly improved following lobbying from organisations including the NFU. The NFU had expressed fears that the proposals for efficiency control measures within the regulations would fly in the face of the good intentions of the Meat Inspection Charges Task Force that proposed them.
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