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Brazil expects growth in pork exports to Canada

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Based on the negotiations carried out at SIAL Canada, it is expected that $25 million in exports will be consolidated in the next 12 months.

Posted on May 02 ,10:12

Brazil expects growth in pork exports to Canada

Four Brazilian companies, BRF, Copacol, Pamplona and Seara, were present last week at SIAL Canada and as a result deals worth $1.9 million were signed during the fair. Based on the negotiations carried out at the fair, it is expected that $25 million in exports will be consolidated in the next 12 months, announced the Brazilian Association of Animal Protein (ABPA) in a press release. In addition to business meetings, the event focused on strengthening the image of the productive sector in the Canadian market, a traditional importer of chicken meat from Brazil, which, this year, opened its doors to the pork export sector.

In this sense, in addition to distributing promotional materials for the Brazilian Chicken and Brazilian Pork brands, and holding meetings with local stakeholders, ABPA promoted a seminar with Canadian importers and authorities. "The result achieved at SIAL Canada gives an indication of the behavior of this market and reinforces the positive expectations regarding the growth of exports of poultry and pork to the North American market. We have a solid partnership built, which should now gain new impetus with the entry of the swine sector in the commercial relations of both countries", declared the president of ABPA, Ricardo Santin.

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