Published in Blood Weekly, December 15th, 1997
Agriculture Minister Jack Cunningham told the House of Commons that beef from all animals over six-months-old, both British and imported, would have to have the bones removed before it was sold to the consumer.
The deboning can be carried out at meat cutting plants, butchers' shops, catering establishments, and other commercial premises. Beef bones may no longer be sold, given to consumers, or used in the preparation of food.
Cunningham said the risk...
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