Restaurants seek other beef sources


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  • Saturday, 27 Dec 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: Several restaurateurs are planning to increase their supply of beef from countries other than the United States if the temporary ban on US beef continues until after the festive season. 

In the meantime, they are promoting poultry, venison, lamb, seafood and beef from Australia and New Zealand as alternatives for diners. 

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