03/20/2017 | News release | Distributed by Public on 03/20/2017 19:02
Authorities in Brazil have suspended over 30 government officials in response to allegations that some of the country's biggest meat processors have been 'selling rotten beef and poultry for years', according to the reports from the BBC this morning. The BBC has said that 'three meat processing plants have been closed and another 21 are under scrutiny'. While some of the meat produced by the factories is consumed domestically, much of it is exported here to Europe. Brazil is currently the world's largest exporter of red meat. Read more
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