EFSA annouced that consumption of raw or undercooked pork and liver is the most common cause of Hepatitis E infection in the European Union.
Food safety is a major concern for the meat industry. Each month public health issues are headlining the food and meat processing magazines.
EFSA concluded the existing safe levels for nitrites and nitrates intentionally added to meat and other foods are sufficiently protective for consumers.
National regulators require the establishment of "standardized safe meat supermarkets" in various regions – a designation which retailers can apply for but will become compulsory to stamp out tainted meat.
Officials are examining the oppurtunities for the two countries to develop import and export relations between Russia and Singapore concerning the trade of poultry and pork products.
Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF) introduced a food standard project to build for CPF an consistent quality and food safety management systems across the integrated feed and food operations.