Antibiotics in Meat

The use of antibiotics in Meat production is of increasing interest and discussion in society. Antibiotics are widely used in agriculture to treat and prevent diseases in animals. These measures are aimed at maintaining herd Health and increasing productivity. However, there is concern that antibiotics may remain in meat, reaching consumers and creating a risk of antibiotic resistance. Agricultural organizations and health agencies are establishing strict rules and regulations governing the use of antibiotics to minimize public health risks. IT is important to emphasize that proper heat treatment and regulatory compliance in production play a key role in ensuring the safety of meat products on the market and reducing potential risks to consumers.