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No ractopamine found in American pork for Taiwan

Christian Fernsby |
No ractopamine has been detected in the first batch of American pork imports since the relaxation of such imports took effect on New Year’s Day.

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Topics: AMERICA    TAIWAN   

Between Jan. 1 and 8, Taiwan imported a total of 96.19 tons of pork and offal from the U.S., according to the “Pork Dashboard.”

The data also suggests that the imports account for but a small proportion of fresh pork available in Taiwan, with pork and organ meats making up 3 and 2 percent, respectively.


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