US bird flu outbreak halts fresh poultry shipments to South Korea - News

STARS AND STRIPES | on Tue, Apr 4, 7:01 AM

SEOUL, South Korea — Commissary shoppers in South Korea are being squeezed by bird flu outbreaks on both shores. The Defense Commissary Agency has stopped shipments of fresh poultry products to South Korea after a March 5 outbreak of avian influenza was traced to a commercial farm in Tennessee. The South Korea-imposed embargo blocks all U.S. imports of uncooked eggs, frozen chicken breasts, thighs, wings and whole chickens, said DeCA and South Korea agriculture officials. It won’t affect U.S....

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