ロシアが一時的にNZ産牛肉の輸入を停止 筋肉増強剤ラクトパミン検出のため: ずくなしの冷や水

2017年02月04日

ロシアが一時的にNZ産牛肉の輸入を停止 筋肉増強剤ラクトパミン検出のため

RT2017/2/3
Russia issues temporary ban on beef from New Zealand
The Russian agriculture safety watchdog has imposed a temporary ban on imports of beef and beef products from New Zealand, effective February 6.

“The measure comes after the feed additive Ractopamine, a stimulant fertilizer for promoting muscle growth, has been discovered in some samples,” the watchdog spokesperson said.

The watchdog also said that it might ban fish imports from New Zealand due to traces of mercury in some supplies.

New Zealand is not one of the Western countries facing a Russian food ban. Moscow introduced the measure in 2014 in response to sanctions imposed by the US, EU and their allies over Russia’s alleged role in the Ukraine crisis.

The ban Russia plans to impose on the beef would be disruptive because of the uncertainty, but it's the reality of being in the food business, Special Agricultural Trade Envoy Mike Petersen told Radio New Zealand.

The ban would not affect the country's trade relationship with Moscow, Petersen said, adding that further testing would show beef from New Zealand was clean.

The additive Ractopamine is not registered in New Zealand for use in beef cattle, according to the spokesperson for the country’s Ministry for Primary Industries.

“New Zealand food standards are among the highest in the world, and we are committed to producing high-quality, safe meat for domestic and overseas consumers,” the spokesman said.

The stimulant is allowed in pork feed in New Zealand but is prohibited in beef or sheep, according to Tim Ritchie, chief executive of the Meat Industry Association (MPI).

“As far as I'm aware there has been no formal communication through the normal regulatory channels,” he said, stressing that the MPI launched a residues projects with the last report showed no Ractopamine had been picked up.

Russian watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor said it had asked New Zealand’s authorities to hold consultations on the issue.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 00:41| Comment(3) | 健康づくり
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こんばんは。

ラクトパミンは、アメリカ産の豚肉や牛肉にも入っていますよね。
牛肉は、極稀にオーストラリア産のものを食べるのですが、これも怪しいですね。
じゃあ日本産は・・・これ以前に「ホ」が入ってるでしょ!!!
Posted by デスラー at 2017年02月04日 19:09
そうですね、みんな怪しい。
まず米国産を止めました。
米国産は、「ホ」も「ラクトパミン」も「狂牛病の素」も「抗生物質」もいろいろてんこ盛りらしいので。
Posted by ずくなし at 2017年02月04日 19:42
う〜ん、、、さすがCNNだ!インチキ三昧!!!

「CNNで経産省が「福島の農作物は安全」「放射能レベルはヨーロッパ以下」「多くの人は帰還ずみ」っていう英語のCMやってる…… 」
Posted by デスラー at 2017年02月04日 19:43
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