Analyses for Hormonal Substances in Food Producing Animals

This book, the only one of its kind, will be of benefit to scientists working in this area, together with regulators and consumers. It provides a single and definitive source of information setting out the historical position of industry sectors which brought the issue of abuse of hormones and related compounds in food producing animals into the public domain. When the “hormone ban” first arose in the EU, there were only 15 Member States. There are now 25 Member States. An overview of the high quality science generated in response to this issue, in order to protect consumers, is detailed. The book also identifies how significant progress has been, and continues to be, made in this area.

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