U.S. Beef Sold Inside A Seiyu Super Market As Beef Import Ban Is Eased
A customer browses packaged U.S. beef at a Seiyu GK supermarket in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday, Feb. 1, 2013. Japan, the biggest buyer of American beef before an outbreak of mad-cow disease in 2003, will allow imports of beef from cattle up to 30-months old, from 20 months previously. Photographer: Junko Kimura/Bloomberg via Getty Images
01 Feb 2013
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