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Pork crisis update: relief for Irish indie rock scene as Ham Sandwich cull called off

You couldn’t make this up. Per the European Food Safety Authority, “there are no adverse health effects to the consumption of Irish pork contaminated with dioxins”. They continue: “if a person ate an average amount of Irish pork daily since …

Wed, Dec 10, 2008, 14:10

   

You couldn’t make this up. Per the European Food Safety Authority, “there are no adverse health effects to the consumption of Irish pork contaminated with dioxins”.

They continue: “if a person ate an average amount of Irish pork daily since September 1st, 10 per cent of which was contaminated with the highest recorded concentration of dioxins, there would be “no concern” for human health.”

Makes you wonder what all the fuss was about these last few days. Now, anyone for a fry-up?

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