AN AMERICAN beef company has turned to Canada to provide a steady supply of organic beef to the EU. The Dakota Beef Company signed an exclusive agreement with the Canadian Organic Livestock Association to try to meet European demands for hormone-free meat. Dakota Beef, which will begin processing the beef this September, decided to look north due to the limited supply of certified organic beef available in the United States, where less than one per cent of livestock is currently certified organic.


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