A longtime ban on cured-pork products from Italy will be relaxed May 28 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture after inspectors found no vesicular swine disease in two provinces and four regions. "It could open up a new world of Italian salami to the United States,” said Joseph Bastianich, an owner of the Eataly grocery stores.
Cured pork from Italy will be allowed in U.S.
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