Exporters of meat and other food to China are being required to certify that their products come from facilities that follow anti-pandemic safety standards.
Some exporters have signed statements to that effect, but the requirement is getting some pushback. The U.S. and others are criticizing it as unscientific and a roadblock to trade.
“Efforts by some countries to restrict global food exports related to COVID-19 transmission are not consistent with the known science of transmission,” U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue and FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn said in a joint statement.
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