Beef Bits

Nov 1, 2013
Taiwanese food import inspectors have stepped up their scrutiny of beef from the U.S. after imports were found containing residues of zilpaterol. The feed additive, which improves feed consumption and weight gain when administered in the last weeks before slaughter, is banned in many Asian countries including Taiwan.

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