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Additives in meat
To the core: In March, the sanitary surveillance agency (Anvisa) approved the introduction of rules approved by Mercosur in December on the additives permitted in meat and the maximum quantity of each ingredient which will be permitted in each product. Among these additives are acidity regulators, flavorings, colorings, preservatives, thickeners, stabilizers, and flavor enhancers. Now, the Ministry of Agriculture will incorporate these new agency rules and