MEPs demand origin label on ready meals

January 2015
Grocer;1/31/2015, Vol. 238 Issue 8190, p39
Trade Publication
The article reports the move by the members of the British Parliament's environment, health and food safety committee as of late January 2015 to approve the motion calling for the mandatory country of origin labelling on processed foods like burgers and ready meals with meat.


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