Russian ractopamine ban on U.S. beef possibly political

Dec 14, 2012
Saturday, Dec. 8, marked the beginning of a Russian trade requirement on U.S. beef and pork imports. The requirement demands all beef and pork from the U.S. be tested and certified free of residue from the feed additive ractopamine. The move could effectively halt all beef and pork imports to the country.

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