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Additive Used in U.S. Meat Production COULD BE Too Harmful for Codex Even The latest session of the U .N. Codex Alimentarius finished without final adoption of a maximum residue level for ractopamine, a feed additive trusted in pork and beef production. The commission decided to review more information on the medication to become submitted by China, a country that has outlawed its use. Although this is very good news for meat eaters, the U.S. Delegation to Codex expressed disappointment in the commission’s decision to delay adoption of the very least residue level for ractopamine, in July and urged that the review of info from China be finished by the Codex conference, 2010. The National Pork Manufacturers Council has been pressing the commission to look at the very least residue level for ractopamine, despite the fact that no proof has surfaced to recommend its make use of is safe for pets or for the humans that consume items from animals bulked up with this drug.

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