Consumer group pushes for tougher ractopamine standards than Codex
Taipei, July 6 (CNA) Taiwan's government should set maximum residue levels for the controversial veterinary drug ractopamine in meat at more restrictive levels than those adopted by an international food safety body, the Consumers' Foundation said Friday.
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