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CLIP 12868

Frontline defence at the airport - meet the food fighter sniffer dog

Frontline defence at the airport - meet the food fighter sniffer dog
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Key Info
  • Frontline defence at the airport - meet the food fighter sniffer dog
  • Duration: 06:27
  • How does a sniffer dog at one of our busiest airports prevent illegal foodstuffs being brought into the country? Cody the sniffer dog is trained to sniff out banned meats and cheeses people may be bringing from out of the European zone into the UK. Why is it illegal to bring certain foodstuffs into the UK? Why is it important to know how foodstuffs are produced? As well as checking out the passengers and their baggage, Cody also gets to check out the mail that has come from abroad to make sure nobody is sending illegal foods through the post.
  • Subject:

    Design and Technology

       Topic:

    Food Technology

  • Keywords: food chain, illegal, European standards, Food Fighters, FoodFighters
Ideas for use in class
  • Could be used in a discussion about the importance of protecting the food chain. Helps to show how foods in the European Union can be traced from end product back to source.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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