Brazil blames FMD vaccines for US block on key beef suppliers

Brazil has explained why some of its largest meat suppliers have been blocked from sending fresh/frozen beef to the US just months after first gaining market access.

The USDA’s FoodSafety and Inspection Service (FSIS) yesterdayrevealed that five of 15

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