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Concerns in the EU over meat binding agents

Published: 11 May 2011

By Joe Lederman
FoodLegal Lawyers and Consultants
© Lawmedia Pty Ltd, April 2011


A recent decision by the European Parliament to ban meat binding agents – substances used by the meat industry to join together smaller pieces of raw meat – has brought to light some concerns. This article examines these international developments and the existing requirements for meat binding agents in Australia.


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