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offal

(of′fel)
Animal parts discarded during the process of butchering or slaughtering, typically including the brain, viscera, skin, hooves, and blood. These by-products have been implicated in the transmission of some infectious illnesses, like mad cow disease.
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23 for mechanically deboned meat of chicken and turkey, and turkey meat and its offals," the order read.
Other fresh 0.2% Combination packs 0.1% Chops 45.1% Ribs 23.5% Roasts 14.5% Tenderloins 5.6% Offals 4.5% Steaks/cutlets 3.5% Ground 1.4% Whole loins 0.9% Cubes 0.6% PORK DOLLAR SHARE, TOTAL U.S.
"The thing that differentiates the French three star restaurants from a hole in the wall is that a three star restaurant will bring in pigs' feet and offals and will do something really exceptional and make it an amazing pa latable dish with flavor.
No-one knows yet what the fall-out might be from people eating ``mad cow'' BSE-infected beef before a ban on suspect offals was introduced in 1989.
At that time, the Government was assuring the public that the risk to humans from BSE was remote, and had not moved to ban the use of certain specified bovine offals (SBOs) in pharmaceuticals such as vaccines, many of which contain cattle products.
NOV 6: Ban on using meat and bone meal from offals as fertiliser.
He instructed the officials to ensure timely disposal of offals and remains of the sacrificial animanls from all parts of the city.
He also sought the cooperation of the town residents and said that the offals are disposed of on notified places and the town staff is also informed about it.
As many as 37 transfer stations had been set up at various locations in Rawalpindi and Murree cities where offals and other wastes of sacrificial animals would be dumped temporarily and later on taken to the permanent dumping site.
LAHORE -- The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) on Saturday seized a factory unit producing cooking oil from animal offals in the Lahore's area of Mozang.
Tenders are invited for labour contact for supply of unskilled labour for offals
The total consumption of meat in 2009, including game and edible offals, was 73.9 kg per capita.