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Billions of Pounds of Meat in U.S Stockpiles Amid Slowing Overseas Sales

More than 2.5 billion pounds of meat from beef to pork and poultry are being stockpiled in cold-storage warehouses across the country amid going trade disputes with the U.S. largest meat exports, reports the Wall Street Journal,citing federal data set to release as early as Monday.

 

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