USDA rule change speaks to need for COOL

USDA - On October 3rd, USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service changed the rules governing U.S. beef exports to Taiwan, prohibiting shipment to Taiwan of beef derived from Canadian slaughter cattle. USDA opened the U.S. border to Canadian slaughter cattle under 31 months of age following a legal battle in July of 2005.

Source: Brownfield Network
calendar icon 9 October 2006
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