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Pharma cos must forge Strategic alliances

...effective interface between the Government and the exporting community and help take chemical exports on a higher growth gear in the coming years. Courtesy : The Hindu Business Line, 16-06-2001...

Malachite green adulteration in seafood exports

...s and each batch of frozen seafood products before exporting to other countries. Malachite green and microbial contamination is tested by EIA laboratories before certifying the product for export. Malachite green:Malachite green is an inexpensive and effective preservative which is used by fishermen for pres...

FDA Moves In To Check Listeria

...vely stop the company from producing, selling, and exporting its products. The company's ready-to-eat fish is reported to be contaminated, as a result of which this measure has been initiated. The inspections conducted by the FDA in 2004 and 2005 have revealed that the disease-causing bacterium Listeria mon...

Russia Bans British Poultry Products

...anwhile reports from the BBC state that the ban on exporting British beef, originally imposed in 1996 to prevent the spread of mad cow disease, has officially ended. The law states that live cattle born after Aug. 1, 1996, are free to be exported, as well as beef from cattle slaughtered after June 15, 2005. ...

Ban On Philippine Poultry To Japan To Be Lifted Shortly

...ntry free of bird flu. The had Philippines started exporting processed poultry products to Japan in January last year after Thailand reported bird flu cases. It has been reported that the Philippines exported at least 1.6 million kilograms of yakitori chicken pieces before the ban was imposed in July 2005. T...

Nepali Rhesus May be Used as an Alternate for HIV/AIDS Research

...g to the current shortage. Although China has been exporting captive-bred animals for sometime, scientists have noted a number of behavioral and physiological differences in disease progression between animals from the two countries, and the Indian-origin macaques are generally preferred in research on certain...

‘Bird flu-free’ India resumes egg expors

...by 20 paise per egg in a month’s time. India was exporting 3.6 lakh eggs every day, mainly to Gulf countries, prior to the utbreak....

AIDS Sufferers Turn to British Doctor to Prolong their Survival

... also crazy that Indian companies like Ranbaxy are exporting the drugs abroad while in India it is not yet approved," said Ranjit Biswas, a doctor assisting Jack Preger. The Calcutta School of Tropical Medicine (CSTM) also acknowledges the services of Preger. "Jack Preger is really doing a great service....

Indian Chicken Back On Bhutanese Platter

...ed in Delhi and West Bengal, had shown interest in exporting their product, he said. A refrigerated canter would also be stationed in Phuentsholing to enhance regular supply. Bhutan's major poultry imports come from West Bengal. Records show that Phuentsholing alone registered imports of 168,738 kg of chi...

India Free From Bird Flu

...ntry is now free from bird flu. 'We have started exporting to Middle East and expect the exports to pick up from December,' he added. Good times ahead for poultry farmers! Source-google PRI/ASH/L...

Cuba is Exporting Healthcare Now

... Many elements of the health care system Cuba is exporting around the world are common-sense practices. Everyone has access to doctors, nurses, specialists, and medications. There is a doctor and nurse team in every neighborhood, although somewhat fewer now, with 29,000 medical professionals serving out of t...

Indian Wine Major Indage Celebrates 25th Anniversary

...age Ltd. is the first sparkling wine producing and exporting company of India. Indage exports its different varieties of wine to 69 countries like the US, Japan, UK, Switzerland, Germany, U.A.E, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Fiji and Singapore....

Taiwan Bans Circuses from Importing Protected Animals

...as amended a law to ban circuses from importing or exporting protected animals in an effort to improve protection of animal rights, a legislator said Friday . Under the revised Wildlife Conservation Law passed late Thursday, all imports and exports of animals such as lions, tigers, elephants and monkeys are ...

China Vows to Improve Food Safety in Wake of Health Scares

... in the United States, and another firm blamed for exporting a toxin later used in toothpaste. The announcements come as China faces increasing foreign pressure over the quality of its exports, with US President George W. Bush this week announcing stepped-up efforts to intercept dangerous imports. Bush did...

China Fears Show Food Export Quality Key: WHO Official

Countries exporting food must ensure its quality or else risk facing t...lity of China's exports generally. Omi said food exporting countries must adopt self-regulation by introducing tough laws and efficient law enforcement agencie...

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