||THE HAGUE http://www.speedtrainer.fr/nike-dunk-basse-homme-chaussures-noir-blanche.html , June 26 (Xinhua) -- The Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA) conducted research at four Dutch veal farmers and one beef farmer due to the use of prohibited substance furazolidone, the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs announced on Thursday.
All five companies have been blocked by the NVWA, which means they cannot sell animals or products anymore.
The banned antibiotic came to light in urine samples from calves and cattle feed at a veal farmer in the province of Gelderland.
This track led to the feed supplier, where the antibiotic was found in a batch of feed. The other companies came into the picture, because they received the same feed.
Research by the NVWA shows that most of the veal has been sold and eaten in the Netherlands. According to the NVWA there is no danger to public health in case of normal daily consumption. Therefore there will be no recall among consumers.