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GGO prohibited and resistant to antibiotics in cattle breeding – 23/11/2018 14:42:45


Hundreds of thousands of cats can be influenced.

Can in Petit-Mars, June 29, 2018. (AFP / LOIC VENANCE)

Genetically modified organisms formerly banned by European authorities and consider it dangerous because they are resistant to antibiotics in a large amount of fat cats in Europe, said Friday November 25, the newspaper Le Monde.

According to confidential documents of Dutch health care services, the French daily newspaper had at the same time been contaminated between 800,000 and 1.6 million tonnes of feed. A spokesperson for the European Commission has confirmed to AFP that the authorities had been affected: "I assert that the RASFF (acronym for the food security system for food and food, Ed), I am affirming that the warnings relate to the GGO & # 39; s named by Le Monde ".

EU feasts in March

The product in question is a food business, cycling B2, also referred to as "riboflavin (80%). It can be made from a genetically modified bacterial strain, a process that emerges from antibiotic-resistant microorganisms, thinking that the discovery of this problem by a German laboratory in a shelved port in China goes back to 2015.

In March 2018, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has given a first opinion on this "risk" for "animals, consumers, users and the environment," according to the newspaper. The European Commission supports the authorization on September 19 and asks for its return from the market on November 10. But the hazardous material has been spread in agro-industrial kettles, which has the potential to achieve human consumption.

According to the Dutch counterparts named 'Le Monde' was called between April and June, eight tonnes of B2 were queried # 39; The GMO support earned in Poland, Italy and the Netherlands, then distributed in other countries. There would be contamination in Germany, Norway, Russia, Finland, Iceland and France.


"With eight tonnes of vitamins, we make a few hundred toks of premixes introduced into hundreds of thousands of tones that are consumed by hundreds of thousands, not millions of animals," commented in Le Monde a specialist in & # 39; fisheries security resulting from anonymity.

Many European health services are treated with a problem.

"It is a law and a prejudice of countries to investigate (…) to ensure that there are no consequences, and inform," said AFP spokesman for the European Commission.

The people who were contacted by AFP in different countries were not directly available to comment on this information.

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