Friday, October 7, 2011
In Europe, A Cow Over Hormone-Treated Beef - NPR
[In 2009], the U.S. and the European Union settled one of their longest-running trade disputes: over beef. Under the deal, the EU agreed to quadruple import quotas for hormone-free U.S. beef, but it still won't import hormone-treated American beef, because many Europeans consider it unhealthy.
Farmer Michel Baudot, who raises cattle in France's Burgundy region, says the two cattle industries are run differently: One focuses on profit and the other on quality.
Read "In Europe, A Cow Over Hormone-Treated Beef."