UK: New performance targets for the meat hygiene service
Continued reduction of microbiological hazards in meat, and strict enforcement of the BSE controls in licensed plants, are among the performance targets set for the Meat Hygiene Service (MHS) for the financial year 2001-2002. The targets - published today - were approved by the Board of the Food Standards Agency at its meeting in London on Wednesday 9th May following full public consultation.
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