UK: Spinal cord found in health-marked UK beef
The UK Meat Hygiene Service has launched an urgent inquiry following the discovery of spinal cord in a quarter of beef that was health-marked as fit for human consumption. The MHS is investigating the role of its inspectors in this SRM failure and why the beef carcase was health-marked at A&G Barber slaughterhouse in Chelmsford.
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