UK: Stakeholder group meets to discuss BSE controls
A core stakeholder group including consumer representatives and experts from the fields of science, industry and food law enforcement, met for the first time yesterday [Wednesday] to discuss the BSE controls currently in place. The group, which was established as part of the Food Standards Agency's (FSA) review of the Over Thirty Month (OTM) rule, is charged with advising the FSA on whether the rule could be changed without causing unacceptable risks to consumers.
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