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Description

Meat is animal flesh that is eaten as food. Humans have hunted and killed animals for meat since prehistoric times. The advent of civilization allowed the domestication of animals such as chickens, sheep, rabbits, pigs and cattle. This eventually led to their use in meat production on an industrial scale with the aid of slaughterhouses.

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Organizations relating to Meat

Gelatin Manufacturers Association of Asia Pacific / Taren Point, Australia / Est. 1996
International Symposium on Epidemiology and Control of Salmonella and Other Foodborne Pathogens of Pork
Accord Relatif à L\'importation de la Viande Bovine en Provenance du Groupe des Etats D\'Afrique, Caraïbes et Pacifique / Est. 1979
Arrangement Regarding Bovine Meat / Est. 1979
Intergovernmental Group on Oilseeds, Oils and Fats / Rome, Italy / Est. 1965
International Congress of Meat Science and Technology
Intergovernmental Group on Meat and Dairy Products / Rome, Italy / Est. 1970
Liaison Centre for the Meat Processing Industry in the EU / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1958
South American Gelatin Manufacturers Association / Sao Paulo, Brazil
European Natural Sausage Casings Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1967
European Federation for the Science and Technology of Lipids / Frankfurt-Main, Germany / Est. 2000
International Butchers\' Confederation / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1907
European Livestock and Meat Trading Union / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1951
European Fat Processors and Renderers Association / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2001
Convention Concerning the Transit of Animals, Meat and other Products of Animal Origin / Est. 1935
International HACCP Alliance / College Station TX, USA / Est. 1994
International Society for Fat Research / Urbana IL, USA / Est. 1954
European Convention for the Protection of Animals for Slaughter / Strasbourg, France / Est. 1979
International Convention Concerning the Export and Import of Animal Products other Than Meat, Meat Preparations, Fresh Animal Products, Milk and Milk Products / Est. 1935
International Meat Trade Association / London, UK
Committee of Cereals, Oilseeds, Animal Feed, Olive Oil, Oils and Fats and Agro-Supply Trade in the EU / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1958
International Natural Sausage Casing Association / Alexandria, Egypt / Est. 1965
International Meat Secretariat / Paris, France / Est. 1974
Agreements Regarding the Regulation of Beef Imports into the United Kingdom / Est. 1939
Sirius Global Animal Organization / Tauranga, New Zealand / Est. 2000

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World Problems relating to Meat

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Human consumption of animals
Excessive use of hormones in animal husbandry
Cruel slaughterhouse practices
Hormone trafficking
Infected animal, meat and animal product shipments
Beef tapeworm
Inferior meat quality from intensive animal farming units
Health hazards from meat and meat preparations

Action Strategies relating to Meat

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting against environmental hazards from meat production
Vegetarianism
Reducing risk of infected meat
Banning growth hormones in meat
Reducing unequal distribution of meat production
Butchering
Restoring-Destroying
Enabling sanitary community butchering
Maximizing meat herd profits
Mortifying the flesh
Reducing meat consumption to conserve grain
Producing nutritious low cost meat

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