Russia suspends imports of NZ beef over ractopamine

Russia is to suspend imports of beef from New Zealand, blaming ‘numerous violations’ of food safety standards.

A statement from Russian state veterinary service Rosselkhoznadzor said a temporary ban would come into force on Monday (February 6). The agency claimed to have found traces of ractopamine in samples of beef liver supplied by AAFCO New Zealand Ltd. It

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