The European Parliament’s Health Committee MEPs on November 27 sounded the alarm about the use of phosphates in kebabs.  They objected to a Commission proposal to allow the use of phosphoric acid, di and tri phosphates and polyphosphates (E 338-452) in kebab meat (mutton, lamb, veal, beef or poultry).

The European Commission will be forced to scrap its proposal if a majority in the European Parliament decides to block it. The vote will be held during the December 11-14 plenary session in Stra...

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