Mexico - Mexico ends meat-import bans on five more U.S. plants

Mexico ended bans on meat imports from five more U.S. plants that were decertified by the country last week. A total of 25 plants have been cleared to ship to Mexico, out of about 30 that lost export certification last week. Mexico halted shipments from the pork, beef and poultry plants on Dec. 23 after they failed to meet quality and technical standards, according to the USDA.
Friday 2 January 2009 (9 years 4 months 21 days ago)
Mexico ended bans on meat imports from five more U.S. plants that were decertified by the country last week.

A total of 25 plants have been cleared to ship to Mexico, out of about 30 that lost export certification last week.

Mexico halted shipments from the pork, beef and poultry plants on Dec. 23 after they failed to meet quality and technical standards, according to the USDA.

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