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05 August 2010

Cloned cattle meat in food chain

A cloned cow whose offspring's meat entered the British food chain may have more than 100 descendants in the country, records suggest.

A cloned cow whose offspring's meat entered the British food chain may have more than 100 descendants in the country, records suggested Thursday, amid fears about their spread into the food system.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) said that meat from two bulls, Parable and Dundee Paratrooper, "will have been eaten".

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