UK Lamb Could be Shipped to the U.S. in the New Year
Lamb exporters in the UK will have access to the American market – worth an estimated $48.9 million (£37 million) in the first five years of trade – as we head into 2022.
After extensive risk evaluations, US authorities have today removed the small ruminant rule, which was introduced more than 20 years ago banning imports of lamb from countries where scrapie had been identified.
Work has been ongoing to finalise this important piece of legislation in the US, effectively allowing UK processors to be eligible to ship...
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