Jalisco Mexico to begin pork exports to Japan

Posted on October 22, 2012 • Filed under: Agriculture, Business, Economy, Mexico

It’s a matter of days to get out the first shipment of pork to Japan, as has South Korea from the recent spring. This brings a huge business opportunity for pork producers and processing plants that meet the stringent quality requirements demanded by the Eastern country, said company director Gena Agricultural Peña Carlos Ramirez, who stated that the agreements were achieved fortunately health protocol between Mexico and Japan to allow export pork Jalisco “the most coveted food market in the world, because it pays the best prices.” Exports to Japan could reach an annual export volume of at least 20,000 tons. Read Article

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