The Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Luis Planas, regretted this Tuesday that the quality and safety of Spanish agri-food products are questioned after the controversy unleashed by macro-farms. In statements to Onda Cero, Planas has called " quite unfortunate "the words of the Minister of Consumption, Alberto Garzón, who in an interview with the British newspaper" The Guardian "criticized such farms for contaminating and exporting meat of" poorer quality. " prior communication on an issue that falls within its competence and has regretted that "the activity of very honest people" for whom the Government is working is put into question, in reference to the ranchers. He highlighted the quality of Spanish agri-food products, whose exports have totaled 58.2 billion euros in the last twelve months, of which 21% correspond to meat products. He has also shown his concern about the confusion generated around intensive livestock farming and extensive, when "there is no ...
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