Market access triggers swings in beef variety meat values
In the U.S. when we think beef, we are likely to think of a juicy steak, a rack of ribs or our cherished hamburgers. But if you’re pulling your chair up to the dinner table elsewhere, liver may be the main course in Egypt. Or tongue in Japan. Or heart in Peru.
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