Croatian Authorities Warn Domestic Consumers Against Consuming Slovene Beef

Zagreb/Ljubljana, 12 January - Following the discovery of a second case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) in Slovenia, Croatian authorities have issued a warning to their consumers, asking them not purchase Slovene beef, a Croatian daily reports on Saturday. Croatia was one of the first countries to ban imports of Slovene beef after the announcement of the first case of this brain-wasting disease in Slovenia last November.

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