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    Jan 2, 2013
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    Canada Offers U.S. Consumer Lessons

    A study conducted by the Canadian Food Safety Alliance in early December indicates that half of respondents believe E.coli incidents have been increasing over the last five years. Even more concerning is that 42% of Canadians say they've decreased their consumption of beef as a result....More
  • Dec 6, 2012
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    MCOOL Compliance Deadline

    With little urgency shown by government or industry, the May 23 deadline for bringing mandatory country of origin labeling into WTO compliance likely will pass unanswered. Then we’ll see if the financial pain and consequences are enough to motivate action. It will all depend upon the retaliatory measures placed on U.S. goods by Canada and Mexico as a result of U.S. non-compliance....More
  • American Flag
    Nov 9, 2012
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    $2-Billion Election Essentially Changed Nothing 6

    A second Obama administration faces some daunting issues. With a $2-billion political campaign now ended, the power structure remains unchanged, with Democrats controlling the White House and the U.S. Senate. It also leaves a nation sharply divided among racial and ideological lines; that’s not a set of circumstances conducive to compromise....More
  • Oct 2, 2012
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    USMEF Shares Its Beef Export Outlook

    Beef exports play a pivotal role in the pricing mechanisms that ultimately put money in cattlemen's pockets. The U.S. regained its status as world’s largest beef exporter last year, and the future looks bright with the promise of more growth as a result of further liberalization of markets in Japan and Taiwan to U.S. beef....More
  • Sep 28, 2012
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    Here Comes The Brazilian Corn 1

    The U.S. is the world’s greatest producer and exporter of corn. So it was big news this week when Reuters reported the U.S. purchase of 750,000 metric tons of corn from Brazil....More

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