U.S. poultry once again eligible for export to Korea

China only country left to reopen to U.S. poultry.

The Korean Ministry of Food & Drug Safety (MFDS) on July 8 issued its final notice restoring the eligibility of the U.S. to export poultry and poultry products to Korea. An initial ban was enacted due to the avian influenza outbreak in the U.S.

Meat from birds slaughtered on or after June 1 and shipped on or after July 8 is eligible, according to the MFDS notice.

According to National Chicken Council, the announcement from Korea means that China is the only major remaini

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