USA: American Meat Institute says pilot program to conduct inspections at plants instead of border will facilitate U.S. -Canada trade

A new pilot program to conduct inspections in plants in-country will help facilitate trade between the U.S. and Canada and prevent delays at the border.

Tuesday 13 December 2011 (6 years 10 months 5 days ago)
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A new pilot program to conduct inspections in plants in-country will help facilitate trade between the U.S. and Canada and prevent delays at the border, according to the American Meat Institute.

The effort was unveiled yesterday in Washington by President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

The pilot encompasses many different industries, but the U.S. meat and poultry industry is particularly well-suited to it and stands to benefit greatly from it, as will consumers.

Thursday December 8, 2011/ American Meat Institute/ USA.
http://www.meatami.com/

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