HC Deb 21 March 1972 vol 833 c288W
35. Mr. Charles R. Morris

asked the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food how many private slaughterhouses in Great Britain have hygiene standards acceptable to the United States of America for the importation of meat to that country.

Mr. Anthony Stodart

No private or public slaughterhouse in Great Britain complies with U.S.A. requirements, but exports of uncooked meat from this country are in any case prohibited by the United States for animal health reasons.

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