"Overall, people will still be able to find enough meat and poultry to take care of their families," one industry expert said.
"We can't foresee a time when America would run out of meat," Sarah Little, vice president of communications at the North American Meat Institute told Newsweek. "We have reserves in cold storage and we have the most abundant livestock supply in the world—so much so that we export meat."
The University of Coimbra announced it would remove beef from its menus, following a similar declaration by Goldsmiths, University of London, just weeks earlier.
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