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Milk Pus Cells Threshold Increasing in England

by | September 29, 2018

The nationwide food industry of Britain is supposed to change its food patterns and the number of pus cells present in the milk.

A report from the office of the United States Trade Representative suggested that recent hurdles in free trade should be removed. The changes include legalization of the previously disapproved food standards.

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As the currently considered unsafe food for human health would be free to sell and consume without any barrier. There is a consistent battle among United States and the EU regarding the scientific ban on animal meat and other products. While some scientists believe that there is no human in using food inclusive of these components.

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The controversy continues where some consider the negative impact of stomach-churning foods on human health. Nowadays, milk in the EU is allowed to sell up to 400,000 pus cells in the every milliliter of milk. This kind of pus cells are born in case of contraction of bacterial infection developed by cows, known as mastitis. An alarming point is one out of three cows have this bacterial udder infection.

Figures show that only in the US every milliliter of milk sold contains 750,000 of [us cells in it, which is the largest amount of white blood cells anywhere in the world. The allowed number of these cells in every milliliter of milk is 200,000 which is equal to one million cells in every teaspoon of milk.

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The organic milk is even not free from containing pus cells in it. The after effects of this news is, majority of Britain want to quit using cow’s milk. They are shifting towards plant-based dairy products. The plant-based milk is named as future of milk.

The allowance of higher levels of pus cells in milk also demand the permission of selling meat containing hormones, steroids, and other artificial flavored products.

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