The amount of brine to be injected into chicken will remain capped at 15 percent starting from October 22. This is after the Gauteng High Court, Pretoria, yesterday turned down an application by the SA Poultry Association asking that regulations regarding the cap of 15 percent brine in chicken be reviewed and set aside.
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This time, Lisa returns to Dublin for the biennial IUFoST Congress - the International Union of Food Science & Technology.
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