No judgement reached yet on Banham slaughterhouse licence appeal


No judgement reached yet on Banham slaughterhouse licence appeal
  1. No judgement reached yet on Banham slaughterhouse licence appeal
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    A south Norfolk abattoir must wait until next week to discover whether an appeal against its licence being revoked has been…
    Agriculture 

The site of Norfolk Meat Traders at the Moor, Banham. Picture: Archant

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A south Norfolk abattoir must wait until next week to discover whether an appeal against its licence being revoked has been successful.

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Norfolk Meat Traders, which is based in Banham, took the Food Standards Agency (FSA) to court after it did not extend its conditional approval to kill livestock.

The refusal stems from an inspection which took place on April 10, where an FSA inspector raised concerns about animal welfare, and an allegation that the company had illegally slaughtered horses on March 31.

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