The fact is that castration is done for decades from the assumption that boar taint is a common issue. Long and intensive European scientific research shows that the current situation is completely different. It is very well possible to keep boars and manage boar taint as well. It requires continuous and transparent communication to all European stakeholders in the production chain to explain about boar meat, the quality and control.
Also, information and communication on the quality assurance and control system during the slaughter process is required to build confidence in high-quality pork from male pigs.
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