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Friday, 13.12.2019, 16:34
Olle Horm, executive director of the Estonian branch of the Finnish meat processing group Atria, said that while the group is involved in the provision of alternatives to meat outside Estonia, meat consumption is continuing to grow in Estonia, informed LETA/BNS.
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The Estonian Health Board has imposed a penalty payment of 600 euros on a company by the name of OU Living Minerals for continuously marketing a mouthwash containing the banned substance chlorine dioxide, also marketed as the Miracle Mineral Supplement (MMS), informed LETA/BNS.
Estonian fish packing and fish processing company M. V. Wool on Thursday morning received an injunction from the Veterinary and Food Board ordering the recall of 200-gram sliced trout gravlax packages from retail, reported LETA/BNS.
Gym!, subsidiary of the operator of fitness facilities MyFitness, is about to expand its network of gyms open round the clock to Latvia by opening a gym in downtown Riga in autumn 2020, informed LETA/BNS.
Among the 5.1 million deaths reported in the European Union (EU) in 2016, over 609 000 were due to coronary diseases, which include heart attacks. Nearly 90% of these deaths concerned people aged over 65 (532 400 deaths, 87% of the EU total), writes Eurostat.
Inflow of money into the Estonian Health Insurance Fund is set to increase by 144 mln euros next year as the state will continue investing money in cutting doctor wait times and developing primary healthcare, informed LETA/BNS.
Due to the Listeria bacterium present in the plant of the fish packing and fish processing company M. V. Wool, the Veterinary and Food Board is to also check the activity of other Estonian fish packing and processing plants in handling red fish, the regional Saarte Haal writes