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China-US Pork Trade Surges Despite Regulatory Gaps

China’s ban on some U.S. pork imports because of a feed chemical called actopamine comes amidst booming food and agricultural trade between the countries. China’s ban took some U.S. companies by surprise. Tyson Food plants in Iowa and Indiana; a Hormel Food plant in Nebraska; Triumph Food in Missouri, and Quality Pork Processors in Minnesota, were among those affected. All had profited from surging Chinese consumer demand for pork. “The food trade between both countries is significant,...

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