A US feedlot© Mark Newman/FLPA/imageBROKER/REX/Shutterstock
British consumers are at risk of eating imported food which falls below existing standards if the UK signs a free-trade deal with the USA, the Soil Association (SA) has warned. A report from the SA highlights what it claims are the top 10 food safety risks involved in a transatlantic trade deal due to imported products being produced under “significantly different standards”. As well as the usual chlorine-washed chicken and hormone-reared beef, the list includes food colourants (which have been […]
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