Shipments to South Korea on hold
—Lack of clarity preventing companies from trade.
USDA statistics showed last week that no beef has been shipped to South
Korea since the border opened. Sources at major packers have said they
are concerned about having shipments condemned in the event inspectors
find even small fragments of bone in shipments of U.S. beef. Officials
with the South Korean agriculture ministry have said they will have a
zero tolerance policy regarding any bone fragments in ...
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