US & CHINA - China's decision to ban the import of pork products from a dozen US processing plant has been a shock to the market, according to one analyst. But the decision could help the US solve "a bit of its supply problems in the short-term", ... The Meat Site, 1 day ago
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China Halts U.S. Pork Imports from Six U.S. Processing Plants The move enforces its ban on a feed additive that promotes lean muscle growth China has barred pork imports from six U.S processing plants and six cold storage facilities effective on ...Feed and Grain, 3 days ago China Bans US Pork Imports Over Feed Additives Global FoodMate, 4 days ago
US-based food company Tyson Foods is exploring new export markets for its pork products in the wake of a recent export ban from China. The Agricultural Department said last week that China is blocking future pork imports from six processing plants ...Global FoodMate, 3 days ago Tyson Foods looks for pork markets Global Times, 4 days ago Tyson Foods looks for other pork export markets after China ban American Journal of Transportation On-Line, 3 days ago RPT-Tyson Foods looks for other pork export markets after China ban Reuters Africa, 4 days ago
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Familiar with the catchphrase Where's the beef? It was first used in a hugely successful 1984 ad campaign for Wendy's, the fast-food chain, and it tickled the nation's collective funny bone. Thirty years later, consumers are far more likely to ask ...TakePart, 3 days ago
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