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FVOFederal Veterinary Office (Switzerland)
FVOFood and Veterinary Office (EU)
FVOFair Value Option (finance)
FVOFamily Violence Option (various locations)
FVOFederatie van Ouderverenigingen (Dutch parent federation)
FVOFarm Verified Organic (food certification by International Certification Services, Inc.)
FVOFebruary's Very Own
FVOFoyer de Vie Occupationnel (French: Home Occupational Life)
FVOForth Valley Orienteers (Scotland)
FVOFemale Voice Over
FVOField Veterinary Officer
FVOField Verification Operation
FVOFix Validation Operator
FVOFluid Volume Overload (medical)
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"Now we understand that the most recent FVO inspection has identified breaches of animal ID requirements so serious that, according to plausible reports, the Brazilians have offered to restrict exports themselves in the hope of pre-empting more drastic action by the EU.
However, a year has passed since the initial FVO visit and reports of a field trip to Brazil by the Irish Farmers Association (IFA) have indicated a severe lack of tagging and traceability with further outbreaks of foot-and-mouth disease imminent.
The highlight of the race from an FVO perspective was perhaps Lizzie returning on the 1st leg ahead of GB sprinter Charlotte Ward.
The relays brought two more medals for FVO with the Men's Veteran team of Roger Goddard, Ben Stansfield and Jegor Kostylev and the Men's Junior team team of Jamie Goddard, James Hammond and Pete Molloy were both second in their race.
The imported products listed are products which merit an increased level of attention and control at borders on the basis of information from various sources (RASFF notifications, reports from the Food and Veterinary Office (FVO), from member states and from third countries).
"The commissioner acknowledged that there were some remaining problems, a lack of good communication and some considerable time gaps in verifying implementation of the FVO recommendations.
The key findings of the IFA visit to Brazil this month, which included a meeting with a key Brazilian foot-and-mouth disease expert, Professor Augusto Pinto, were in line with many findings of the last official FVO report.
Grace was second in 59.55 and FVO athletes blocked out the top four places in the class with Ben Stansfield third (60.56) and Jon Cross fourth (61.06).
The Commission said that it was aware of the problem, which had already been the subject of reports by the Food and Veterinary Office (FVO) and of previous complaints from NGOs.
Past inspections in Brazil carried out by the Food and Veterinary Office (FVO) found deficiencies in Brazilian controls for food exports to the EU, including inadequate controls for veterinary residues in certain commodities.