U.S. lamb regains access to Taiwan

Regulators also examining the possibility of restoring access for U.S. lamb in Japan.

For the first time since 2003, U.S. lamb and lamb products have regained access to Taiwan. Dr. Dennis Stiffler, chief executive officer of Mountain States Rosen, a producer-owned and operated processor and distributor of lamb and veal products, thanked U.S. agricultural and trade officials for their efforts to restore market access for U.S. lamb and said the announcement provides a much-needed lift for U.S. lamb exports.

“This is the culmination of many months of work by U.S. gover

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