The Food Standards Agency has said it is concerned about continuing breaches of controls after meat from the offspring of two cows infected with BSE reached the human food chain. Offspring of BSE infected cattle are not allowed to enter the food chain, but DEFRA informed the agency that one animal aged 15 months was slaughtered in December 2001 and put into the food chain. None of the meat is left. The other, aged 26 months, was slaughtered in January and some of the meat has entered the food chain. The FSA has asked for the remainder of the meat to be seized and destroyed. {{NEWS }}