CANADA: Pork Council lobbies for EU import approval
The Canadian Pork Council is set to lobby EU officials this week to relax restrictions on imports of Canadian pork into Europe, maintaining that it can fill the market gap created by the effect of animal diseases on EU supplies. Martin Rice, executive director of the council, is due to meet with EU representatives this week in a bid to explain how Canadian food safety standards offer equivalent protection to those in the Europe.
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