EU relaxes BSE-related rules on import of livestock products

The EU is relaxing some of the rules put in place to guard against BSE via a new regulation covering the import of products derived from cattle, sheep and goats.

Published in the bloc’s Official Journal last week, thedocument amends model certificates for imports of live animals and fresh andminced

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