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41 Beef Bits

Jul 18, 2008
Bone-in cuts headed to Korea U.S. beef ribs and other bone-in cuts are expected to be imported this week for the first time since they were banned in South Korea nearly five years ago, industry sources said last week. Local meat importers said the initial shipment of about 2.5 tons of bone-in beef were set to arrive last Wednesday. Nerp Corp., a local meat importer, arranged to buy the beef directly from U.S. beef exporter Creekstone Farms. The cuts will likely be used for seasoned rib dish...

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