THE US has slammed UK fears on chlorinated duck as “unfounded”.
A tip central in America discharged a food standards as “old-fashioned”.
Foreign Agricultural Service director Ken Isley shielded regulating a chemical to rinse ornithology — a use criminialized in a EU.
But he combined it is being transposed by acetic acid, that is another barred process.
Critics of regulating chlorine and other substances to frame germ from duck contend it can be a “desperate attempt” to scold poorer hygiene standards progressing in a prolongation process.
Donald Trump’s administration wants to discharge or revoke a separator to exporting rural products to a UK in a trade understanding to be brokered after Brexit.
The US Department of Agriculture central pronounced fears about standards in a States — hold by Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Labour personality Jeremy Corbyn — are formed on “myths”.
Mr Isley said: “I’d smoke-stack US food reserve and a food reserve record opposite anywhere in a world.
“Chlorinated duck estimate is very, really singular in a US and is being phased out, not for food reserve reasons though since newer technologies have turn accessible — such as acetic acid.”
A Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs mouthpiece said: “No products other than clean, fresh H2O are authorized in a EU to fumigate ornithology carcases — and this will continue here when we leave a EU.”
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