US considering proposals to relax import restrictions, signalling end of two-decade ban on British red meat

British lamb could be back on the US market by early next year, ending a two-decade ban on British red meat imports, the UK government says.

George Eustice, the farming minister, will tell farmers at the National Sheep Event on Wednesday that the US Department of Agriculture (Usda) has published proposals to relax import restrictions on lamb from the UK.

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Source: Guardian Environment