Irish Beef Exports To China Resume

The ban had been in place for over two and a half years.

Irish Beef farmers' reputations remain intact after Chinese authorities lifted a two and a half year ban on Irish Beef, according to a midlands senator.

Beef exports to China were stopped after an isolated case of atypical BSE was detected by the Department of Agriculture.

Irish beef exports were worth €96 million in 2019, the last full year before the trading was stopped.

Senator and Kilbeggan native Paul Daly says the lifting of the ban is an important moment:

 

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