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African swine flu gets too close for comfort of U.S. pork consumers

1 month ago   |   By Food Safety News

The USDA's confirmation that African Swine Fever has turned up in the Dominican Republic changes the metrics for pork consumers in the United States.
The first detection of African Swine Flu in the Dominican Republic in almost 40 years changes things. North America is no longer free of the virus that's been sweeping the globe, and only 800 miles separate U.S. swine from the disease.
What isn't changing is the prohibition on exporting Dominican pork to the United States. The ban on Dominican pork exports to the United States exists because, on occasion, the country experiences Classic swine...
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