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USMEF Mexico Announcement Wont Have A Big Impact On Beef Exports
USMEF Mexico Announcement Wont Have A Big Impact On Beef Exports
Mexico has eliminated import duties on all pork, beef and poultry muscle cuts through the end of this year. The main impact on the red meat market is likely to be an uptick in pork muscle cuts imported from Europe. U.S. Meat Export Federation Vice President of Economic Analysis Erin Borror says on when it comes to beef exports, she call’s Mexico’s announcement “irrelevant”. “U.S., Canadian and .
U.S., Mexican Agriculture Secretaries Meet to Address Shared Priorities
U.S., Mexican Agriculture Secretaries Meet to Address Shared Priorities
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack met with his counterpart in Mexico Tuesday and announced the opening of Mexico to U.S. potato exports by May 15th. A Department of Agriculture statement said they met to continue cooperation on shared priorities, including open trade, science-based policy-making, and sustainable and climate-smart agricultural production ...
Smithfield Foods Contributes $2M to Ukraine Crisis Relief Efforts
Smithfield Foods announced this week cash and in-kind donations totaling $2 million to crisis relief efforts aiding the citizens of Ukraine and those seeking refuge in surrounding areas. Smithfield will expand ongoing refugee relocation and aid assistance underway through its operations in Central Europe with $250,000 donations to each the Global Red Cross Network, Mercy Chefs, Save the Children

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