China suspends several US beef exporters for the detection of ractopamine

The Meat Institute recently learned that several establishments have been suspended from exporting beef to China after ractopamine was detected during import testing. In response, the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) added text to an advisory note at the Export Library entry for China reminding U.S. exporters of China’s zero-tolerance policy for ractopamine in dairy products. beef

Click here to read full note: https://eurocarne.com/noticias/codigo/56261/kw/China%20suspende%20a%20varios%20exportadores%20de%20carne%20de%20vacuno%20estadounidenses%20por%20la%20detecci%C3%B3n%20de%20ractopamina