Taiwan to remove ban on feed additive
The fifth most read story last month was regulatory in nature - Taiwan has removed restrictions on the use of ractopamine as a feed additive for imported pork. The change will take effect from January 2021.
Ractopamine, which is used to promote leanness and increase feed conversion efficiency in livestock, remains banned for use in domestic animal feed in Taiwan. The story can be read here.
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