Pig farmers seek strict implementation of ractopamine rules

09/05/2020 06:43 PM
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Taipei, Sept. 5 (CNA) Pig farmers in Taiwan said they hope the rules on the amount of ractopamine residue allowed in imported U.S. pork, as well as related inspection and labeling, can be implemented strictly in the wake of the government's announcement Saturday that it will set ractopamine standards for the meat.

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