China to revise rule to control animal feed quality

China will require tighter controls over animal feed and feed additives after widespread cases of illegal feed additives have led to human poisonings in the last few years.
Tuesday 23 February 2010 (8 years 2 months 28 days ago)
China will require tighter controls over animal feed and feed additives after widespread cases of illegal feed additives have led to human poisonings in the last few years.

A new regulation would require producers of animal feed and feed additives to renew their licences every five years and set up quality control facilities, according to proposals for revision from the State Council's legal office.

The office was seeking public opinion on the new regulation, according to a report posted on the central government website (http://www.gov.cn/gzdt/2010-02/20/content_1537410.htm) seen on Monday.

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