U.S, CANADA HARMONIZE NAMES OF MET CUTS

Source: FCC
Canada and the United States have reached a common understanding to harmonize the terminology used for wholesale cuts of meat. As of Feb. 24, 2014, selected meat cut names, including chicken breast fillets, beef hip and lamb leg and chops, can be used interchangeably with their U.S. equivalent. The move is expected to benefit the industry by reducing the costs associated with maintaining separate inventories, easing trade and reducing red tape and regulatory burden. (read more)