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Whole Hog Brief Issue 74, 21 October 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 74, 21 October 2002

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....., Irish FSA calls for more food labelling, N Ireland resumes live pig exports BPEX report focuses on cost of production, S Korea opens up to French pork, New feed enzyme boosts performance and helps fight against salmonella, Humatech Group expands network, Polish pork mountain to grow, UK producers face CCL deadline, NPA opposes DEFRA ear-tagging threat, Tighter controls on personal meat imports into EU, Where there’s a swill there’s a way, Mexico may move against unfair US trade, Talks planned over Vancouver port dispute, Chilly response to COOL labels, Tyson foods seeks arbitration, North American Powerhouses, FDA says radiation is just pasteurised, CPC prepares for first phase of QA recognition, USDA strengthens import inspection system, NPPC testifies on antibiotic limits, FDA warns Oregon on GM labelling vote, Smithfield signs Foodbuy deal, Iowa hog producer to appeal odour suit, Cargill results, APL urges producers to apply for a helping Farmhand, Japan trade, APL thanks Coles for sector support, Malaysian firm introduces new animal feed, China opens the door to more Canadian pork, S Korean trade, I say I say, Price monitor