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Whole Hog Brief Issue 79, 13 January 2003
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 79, 13 January 2003

Price: £5.00


..... EU bans personal imports of meat products, US famers call for WTO case on EU biotech, Tesco in deal to restructure Hungarian pork supplies, Russia and US lift UK pig meat ban, EU tightens labelling requirements on meat, EU Council agrees hygiene rules for animal products, EU Assembly slams UK record on FMD, Anger at EU food agency over scrooge budget, Danisco results, Rattlerow takes a stake in SEGHERSgenetics,  NPA sniffs victory over pig tagging, £320,000 levy funds given to UK supply chain, Cranswick chief named Executive of the Year, UK sow infertility survey, Mexico applies safeguard topigmeat imports, US grain prices down despite low stockpiles, US pork industry criticises Mexican anti-dumping case, US trade, Fox tells anti-NAFTA farms to stay peaceful, Distillers grains valuable as swine feed, US/Central American free trade talks launched, Bunge delays Indiana plant expansion, US expands manure control on factory farms, FDA cannot ensure safe biotech foods, US to let food items  carry more health claims, McDonalds results, ValAdCo to pay for manure violations, Hog industry wins NC river cleanup case, Alarm as GM pig vaccine taints US crops, Tyson trims board, Japan trade Taiwan hog group asks to extend Chinese corn imports, Oz drought cuts export earnings, US trade pact with Korea positive for US farm exports, Hog farmers threaten to stop meat supplies to Manila, I say I say, Price monitor