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By DANIEL BECKNERPublished Mar 04, 2019 12:01AMMIAMI – A federal judge has ordered the federal government to return a shipment of Canadian beef products seized from a Miami-Dade County warehouse, saying they were not properly labeled.
Federal authorities said Wednesday that they had seized the beef from the Miami- Dade County facility and were investigating the shipment of nearly 6,000 pounds of beef that arrived last week from China.
The shipment, which was labeled as imported and imported to the United States, was being processed by the Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, but the shipment was labeled incorrectly.
It was then sent to a Miami customs warehouse for processing, but a shipment was sent back to the warehouse, U.N.ICE spokesman Tom Miller said in a statement.
Miller said that in the meantime, the U:S.
has ordered Canadian authorities to return the beef to the Miami customs office.
He said the U was not in a position to immediately order the return of the beef because it was awaiting the outcome of the investigation.
The order, if it stands, will allow the government to immediately begin processing and returning the beef.
Miller did not say when the beef was supposed to be delivered.
The Department of Justice is responsible for enforcing the terms of the U’s trade agreement with Canada.