CHICAGO -- Reports that Argentinian beef will soon make an appearance in U.S. retailer meat cases have been greatly exaggerated. So said an official for the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, based here. The United States has long had a ban on beef from Argentina due to the high incidence of cattle diseases in that country, but new regulations proposed by the United States Department of Agriculture would allow Argentinian beef to be imported under certain conditions. A recent article ...

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