North Macedonia

Argentine opens the market for beef products in North Macedonia


Senasa announced the opening of the North Macedonia market for beef products, a country with a population of around 2 million inhabitants.

Posted on Feb 18 ,00:05

Argentine opens the market for beef products in North Macedonia

The health service of the European country informed the president of Senasa, Diana Guillén, of its agreement with the International Veterinary Certificate (CVI), which contains the health requirements for shipping boneless beef from Argentina.

"Once again, Argentina shows that it is trustworthy for the world regarding the health and safety of its agricultural production, in this case, meat," said Senasa Vice President Rodolfo Acerbi.

The sanitary requirements for access to this market are consistent with those established for the export of the same product to the European Union (EU).

Likewise, both health services agreed that Argentine establishments that export their production to North Macedonia must have authorization from the EU.

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