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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 .
New COVID Wave Having An Impact On Beef Imports
New COVID Wave Having An Impact On Beef Imports
Thanks to a new wave of coronavirus moving through Southeast Asia, American producers are finding it more challenging to get red meat into Hong Kong and China. The U.S Meat Export Federation’s, Joel Haggard, who lives in Hong Kong said local authorities want to continue a COVID zero goal, but it appears the city of Hong Kong has abandoned its plan to test every resident for COVID three times for
USDA Announces Partnership to Ease Port Congestion
USDA Announces Partnership to Ease Port Congestion
On Monday, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced plans to increase capacity at California’s Port of Oakland and improve service for shippers of U.S. grown agricultural commodities. The Department of Agriculture is partnering with the Port of Oakland to set up a new 25-acre “pop-up” site to make it easier for agricultural companies to fill empty shipping containers with commodities. Fewer co

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