Honduras Resumes Meat Exports to USA
The livestock authority has confirmed that two factories are to renew exports, having met relevant sanitary requirements.
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
The restart was achieved through a joint project involving government authorities, businesses and people from the US.
The United States has lifted the ban which has been in place since 2001 and authorized the resumption of imports of fresh beef from northern Argentina and 14 Brazilian states.
The country has the conditions to export meat to Europe at the same prices as Brazil, the world's largest producer.
Up to August exports totaled $277 million, and with current growth rates 2011 would close between $ 437 and $ 457 million.
Health authorities in Bolivia are in the process of certifying meat packer CyD to begin exports.
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