Scotch Beef is set to return to dinner tables in the USA for the first time in nearly 20 years, after a decision to overturn a ban on beef from the European Union.
The move has been welcomed by butchers and farmers across southern Scotland, who hope it will re-open the market for other Scottish produce.
From the Borders, Jenny Longden reports.
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