United Kingdom - Research needed on meat safety

The Food Standards Agency is commissioning four pieces of research that will help gather evidence to modernise official controls on meat. The work forms part of the Future Meat Controls Research Programme. The driving force behind this programme is to improve public health by adopting a more risk- and evidence-based approach to meat production.
Tuesday 1 March 2011 (7 years 7 months 20 days ago)
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The Food Standards Agency is commissioning four pieces of research that will help gather evidence to modernise official controls on meat. The work forms part of the Future Meat Controls Research Programme. The driving force behind this programme is to improve public health by adopting a more risk- and evidence-based approach to meat production.

The areas of research are:

• An evaluation of food chain information, and collection and communication of inspection results for all species.
• Trialling the visual inspection for fattening pigs from non-controlled housing conditions.
• A qualitative risk assessment of visual inspection of red meat and farmed/wild large game (all ages and species other than swine).
• Trialling the use of a plant inspection assistant in approved game handling establishments (small and large wild game).

http://www.food.gov.uk/news/newsarchive/2011/feb/meatresearch

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