Taiwan's government sets ractopamine standards for U.S. pork

09/05/2020 02:54 PM
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Taipei, Sept. 5 (CNA) Taiwan on Saturday set limits on the amount of ractopamine residue allowed in imported U.S. pork, making local requirements tighter than existing international standards for certain parts of pigs, due to Taiwanese people's relatively large consumption of such products.


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