Yoshinoya Holdings Co. on Thursday cut prices for its mainstay “gyudon” beef-on-rice bowls to take advantage of eased restrictions on beef imports from the United States.
The relaxation of strict import curbs in February is allowing the stable procurement of cheaper beef suitable for gyudon, the company said.
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