Anglo-American trade union post Brexit?

GogLais

Ad Honorem
Sep 2013
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Wirral
It's more than just washing with chlorine, Naomasa. It's also about hormones, antibiotics, aso.

Regulations differ on a lot of things.
Indeed. I’d prefer it if my chicken were brought up in such a way that it needed as little treatment as possible to make it safe to eat.
 
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deaf tuner

Ad Honoris
Oct 2013
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Europix
Indeed. I’d prefer it if my chicken were brought up in such a way that it needed as little treatment as possible to make it safe to eat.
You'll be astonished how far these things can go.

There's some regulation decision in US that You can't put non-food in food. Quite a sane decision. Only that You can't have Kindersurprise in US. And if You bring one from outside, it will be confiscated.

Negotiating a mega-treaty with US will not be simple thing, as UK is aligned more on UE "style" than "US" style. On food for example, the approach is a bit opposite: US is rather "it wasn't proved as dangerous, so Yes" while UE is more "it wasn't proved as safe, so no".