Mexico has removed Central Valley Meat from its list of eligible U.S. beef exporters, according to an update on the Food Safety and Inspection Service’s website.
The agency didn’t explain on the website why Mexico delisted the Hanford, Calif.-based plant. FSIS officials couldn’t be reached before press time.
The move comes a month after USDA shut Central Valley down amid allegations of abusing cull cows on their way to slaughter.
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