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India: new rules for antibiotics use in farmed animals

The withdrawal period shall be 28 days for meat from poultry and mammals.

Thursday 12 April 2012 (5 years 10 months 6 days ago)

India's Health Ministry has quantified for the first time a timeframe for food-produced animals and marine products to be kept off antibiotics before they enter the human food chain.

Under the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, the ministry stated that the withdrawal period shall not be less than seven days for egg and milk, 28 days for meat from poultry and mammals, including fat and offal, before they enter the human food chain.

Tuesday April 10, 2012/ Asian Agribusiness.
http://www.asian-agribiz.com

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John Tasker13-Apr-2012 (5 years 10 months 5 days ago)

Surely this should be 'no less than seven days' etc

pig333Veterinary practitioner/consultant16-Apr-2012 (5 years 10 months 2 days ago)

We have fixed the mistake. Thank you.

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