Poland to employ more inspectors to prevent suspect meat exports

A man looks at meat products at a market in Gdynia, Poland. January 31 2019. REUTERS/Matej Leskovsek

WARSAW (Reuters) – Polish authorities will install cameras in slaughterhouses and employ more health inspectors to prevent exports of contaminated beef to other EU countries, chief veterinarian Pawel Niemczuk said on Thursday, after a TV report showed sick cows being taken for slaughter. “Video surveillance will be available 24 hours a day, but there should […]

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