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Lord Blencathra to ask Her Majesty's Government, whether they have made any assessment of the relative risks to human health of (1) horse meat in particular from the EU which has had illegal penicillin treatment, (2) pig meat from the Netherlands and Germany infected with Hepatitis E, (3) eggs from the Netherlands contaminated with fripronil, (4) chicken meat past its use by date which has fallen on a slaughterhouse floor, and (5) chlorine-washed chicken.  HL1811

Question HL1811: tabled on 10 October 2017 and due for answer by 24 October 2017

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To ask Her Majesty's Government whether they have made any assessment of the relative risks to human health of (1) horse meat in particular from the EU which has had illegal penicillin treatment, (2) pig meat from the Netherlands and Germany infected with Hepatitis E, (3) eggs from the Netherlands contaminated with fripronil, (4) chicken meat past its use by date which has fallen on a slaughterhouse floor, and (5) chlorine-washed chicken.
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