Canada approves three Brazilian pork processing plants


According to the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA), citing information provided by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply, the first three pork processing plants in Brazil have been approved for export to Canada.

The plants, located in the State of Santa Catarina, belong to Seara Alimentos in Itapiranga and São Miguel do Oeste, and to Aurora Central Cooperative in Chapecó.

Brazil is the world's third-largest exporter of pork (in 2021, the country exported 1.5 million tons). Canada is also a relevant buyer in the international market. The country imports an average of 250,000 tons per year.

June 15, 2022/ ABPA/ Brazil. https://abpa-br.org


Source : pig333.com (21/06/2022)

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