Food Standards Agency opposes EU dioxin strategy

Proposals by the European Commission to set limits for dioxins in food have been rejected after the UK and four other countries withheld their support. Although the measures are intended to bring public dioxin exposures within health-based guidelines, the Food Standards Agency contends that they will achieve "relatively little" while "presenting serious problems of enforcement and imposing disproportionate costs."

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