EU: Stricter measures on tissues and by-products to prevent BSE risk
Top European scientists have warned that new restrictions on the use of bovine tissues and other animal by-products may be necessary if further BSE risk is to be avoided. The Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) which advises the European Commission, says that mechanically recovered meat scraped from bovine bones is to be considered a risk material if obtained from skull and vertebral bones of animals more than 12 months old.
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