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US meat imports could change the way Brits shop, according to new industry figures

inews.co.uk
Opening UK food markets to meat imports from countries such as the US, which sells chlorinated chicken and hormone-treated beef, could change the way British consumers shop, new research has suggested.
Allowing products from outside the EU, which has strict food production rules, could ultimately reduce demand for domestic meat – and meat overall – according to the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB).

Opening UK food markets to meat imports from countries such as the US, which sells chlorinated chicken and hormone-treated beef, could change the way British consumers shop, new research has suggested. “There is a danger that rather than try to fathom the labels, shoppers may lose confidence in …

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