The EU Commission has agreed new rules to limit the spread of a deadly swine disease that has killed millions of piglets in the US.
Porcine Epidemic Diarrhoea virus (PEDv) has wiped out around 10% of the American herd in a year.
While the EU rejected an outright ban on live pig imports, it has restricted blood products used in pig feed.
However a Canadian minister said measures were "disappointing" and not based on science.
While the virus isn't harmful to humans or food, concern has grown in Europe over its potential economic impact
PEDv is spread in faecal matter and attacks the guts of pigs, preventing them from absorbing liquids and nutrients.
Older animals can survive, but fatality rates among piglets run between 80% and 100%.
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