Poland: Poland Extends Use of Biotech Feed Ingredients

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The Polish Ministry of Agriculture (MinAg) prepared a draft amendment to the 2006 Feed Act, postponing the 2006 legislation’s ban of genetically engineered (GE) feed ingredients (chiefly soybean meal) through 2024. The new legislation also includes provisions to reduce and eventually eliminate imported soybean meal in favor of domestic alternative protein sources. The amendment was submitted for public comments, which expired on April 21, 2018.

Poland: Poland Extends Use of Biotech Feed Ingredients

 

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