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A few words from John Strak, the Editor of Whole Hog....

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Whole Hog Brief Issue 41Whole Hog Brief Issue 85, 14 April 2003

Whole Hog Brief Issue 63, 22 April 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 63, 22 April 2002

Price: £5.00

..... France: re-discovering the taster of real pork, AIG Seminar, Another levy looms for UK producers,  Europe’s price plight, ADAP to invest in new Spanish plants, Finfeeds renamed, Danes show no complacency over PMWS, US hog prices, NPPC calls for aid to halt price fall, Pseudorabies reappears in Minnesota, Canada offers more grants for Genome research, FBI sets up food threat assessment centre, Asia Pacific fined for uninspected meat exports, US Farm Bill set to drop packer ban, CPC prepares for CFIA review of CQA, Health Canada to approve irradiated meat, US oppose Philippine meat import safety rules, USDA holds illegal Brazilian pork, Brazil to develop national livestock traceability program, Tyson to buy Nebraska plant, Cargill results, Tyson to shut bacon plant, Farmland results, McDonalds results, Snow Brand rethinks ham plant sales, Thai sausage chain set to expand, Japan opens door to irish pigmeat, Japan’s Shiga Ag Union breaks labelling law, Japanese food label fraudsters face jail in future, FMD outbreak in Malaysia, Danisco plans expansion in China, China issues temporary GMO import permits, People’s Food prepares for HK listing, Philippines faces major green issues with livestock waste, I say I say, Price monitor