Mexico Eases U.S. Beef Restrictions

DES MOINES - The Mexican government will accept more U.S. beef products, reducing its trade restrictions as a result of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), USDA announced Friday.
Mexico's new trade requirements are for the importation of selected U.S. variety meats, veal, and tallow into Mexico.

Source: DTN
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