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Agriculture Minister Eto Monitoring for inappropriate display in CSF

2019-11-22T03:19:51.644Z

Since the distribution of pork meat inoculated with the swine contagious CSF, the so-called porcine cholera vaccine, the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Eto said retailers ...



Agriculture Minister Eto Monitors whether CSF is inappropriately displayed Nov. 22 12:10

Since the distribution of pork meat vaccinated with the swine contagious CSF, the so-called swine fever cholera vaccine, the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Eto appealed that it was not vaccinated at retail stores. The idea of ​​monitoring for signs is shown.

According to the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, pig meat vaccinated with CSF has begun to be distributed to markets in Gifu and Gunma prefectures since 18th of this month.

About this, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Eto said at the press conference after the cabinet meeting that there is no difference in the price of pork meat that has been vaccinated and pork meat that has not been vaccinated at the wholesale stage, so there is no reputational damage at this time I showed the recognition.

On top of that, Minister Eto said, “It will be distributed even at the retail stage, but I would like to make sure that there is no inappropriate indication such as“ not vaccinated ”,” and vaccinated at retail stores. He indicated that he would monitor for inappropriate display.

Previously, vaccinated pig meat was in circulation until 2006, and the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries wants you to eat with peace of mind because it has no impact on health and the taste and meat quality will not change.

Source: nhk

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