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    Official recommendations to control imported meat and warnings of unknown meat

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    Post by Rocky Wed 23 Feb 2022, 5:24 am

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    [size=52]Official recommendations to control imported meat and warnings of unknown meat[/size]

    [size=45]After various types of meat of international origin invaded local markets, especially restaurants and some butcher shops, which became the desire of many people to eat them because of their cheap prices, official bodies recommended the necessity of monitoring imported meat.[/size]
    [size=45]A spokesman for the Minister of Agriculture, Hadi Hashem Hussein, said that “the Ministry of Agriculture is working to protect the local product and protect the consumer from the health damage caused by eating meat and products not subject to veterinary examination,” noting that “the import of red meat is permitted provided that the pieces of meat weigh no more than About 5 kg and is subject to a veterinary examination.[/size]
    [size=45]He added that "it is also allowed to enter live animals from countries not endemic with cross-border diseases, where these animals are quarantined and examined while they are alive and butchered under the supervision of the veterinary health committees in accordance with the veterinary health law in force," noting that "there are quantities of meat entering the country in an informal way and from Without an import permit or even a veterinary examination, they are sold at low prices.” Meanwhile, Director of the slaughterhouses department at the Ministry of Agriculture, Majed Khalaf Al Kaabi, confirmed that “the health control in the Ministry of Health recommends the necessity of monitoring the sales of ready-made minced meat and stressed the need to sell minced meat based on direct mincing, meaning that the citizen buys meat and it is minced at the same time.” The former director of health control, Dr. Hassan Muslim, said that "part of the local minced meat is within the follow-up of the Ministry of Agriculture and Veterinary Affairs, and it is within the health and veterinary instructions and controls."[/size]
    [size=45]He added: “As for the imported, there are instructions, which are not granted an import license until after they have adhered to it, including the necessity that the method of slaughter, production and marketing be within the controls of Islamic Sharia,” noting that “imported meat is monitored at the border crossings where representatives of health and veterinary control are in place for the purpose of ensuring From the country of origin and the method of preservation in frozen cars, according to health conditions.”[/size]
    [size=45]Muslim recommended to citizens “the necessity of verifying the date of production and validity before purchasing and making sure of the method of storage and display within working refrigerators,” explaining that “what is in the markets is followed up by the ministries of health and agriculture, which makes the product suitable for human consumption.”[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Qassab Salam Khaled said that he “buys meat from official slaughterhouses subject to the supervision of the Ministry of Health,” noting that “the cost of buying meat is between 8 to 9 thousand dinars per kilo, and we sell it for 12 thousand dinars.” Citizen Ahmed Mutashar confirmed that “minced meat pushes citizens to buy it, and some of it is unfortunately unhealthy and uninsured, but they buy it because of its cheap prices,” explaining that “the solution to this issue is very easy, and it is the cooperation of the Ministries of Commerce and Agriculture in order to have giant projects for raising animals of all kinds.” The Ministry of Commerce provides citizens with a ration card.[/size]
    [size=45]And he indicated that "some meat enters through the ports illegally, so it is unhealthy or not slaughtered in the Islamic way," stressing "the need to address this phenomenon that may cause diseases.[/size]
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