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on January 21, 2011

U.S. Beef Pulled From Shelves in Taiwan

Taiwan has pulled hundreds of pounds of U.S. beef from supermarket shelves after detecting small amounts of a banned feed additive in imported meat.

Taiwan has pulled hundreds of pounds of U.S. beef from supermarket shelves after detecting small amounts of a banned feed additive in imported meat.

The Taiwanese health department said two supermarkets –– Costco and RT-MART –– had recalled the products which were found to contain ractopamine, a leanness-promoting drug which…

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