Mexico: Federal Law of Animal Health Lists Banned Substances for Livestock Intended for Human Consumption

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   MX2024-0033
On May 21, 2024, the Government of Mexico published a modification to the Federal Law of Animal Health. The update strengthens the penalties for non-compliance with the law and lists substances banned for use in livestock intended for human consumption.

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