Despite easing of beef bans, restrictions still hamper U.S. exports

US - From Taiwan stopping importing Canadian beef products from the United States to South Korea's strict rules about bone fragments, it continues to be a rough ride for the U.S. beef industry even though more countries have begun lifting their bans on U.S. beef exports. According to R-CALF USA officials, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) updated export requirements for Taiwan regarding fresh/frozen boneless beef derived from Canadian cattle under 30 months of age earlier this week.

Source: The Independent.com
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