AUSTRALIA: A fair go for Aussie Beef on Korean shelves
Monday 10 September is D-Day for Korea to remove remaining barriers on the sale of imported beef through Korean butcher shops. Australian cattle producer group Acting President, Mike Norton, said this would provide Australian product with a fair go on Korean retail outlet shelves. "Up until now, Australian product sales have been limited to just 5,000 Korean outlets, operating as specialised imported beef stores. The new system to be implemented today will allow product to be sold in 45,000 Korean outlets, providing a potential nine-fold increase.
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