Poultry products from Spanish province banned in Hong Kong

Poultry, eggs and other poultry products from the Spanish province of Catalonia have been banned in Hong Kong. The ban was enacted after the World Organization of Animal Health issued a notice about an outbreak of low-pathogenic H7N1 avian influenza on a poultry farm in Catalonia, the Center for Food Safety announced.

Poultry, eggs and other poultry products from the Spanish province of Catalonia have been banned in Hong Kong. The ban was enacted after the World Organization of Animal Health issued a notice about an outbreak of low-pathogenic H7N1 avian influenza on a poultry farm in Catalonia, the Center for Food Safety announced.

About 4,600 metric tons of frozen poultry meat was imported into Hong Kong from Spain in 2012, the center stated. 

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