After approving the Argentine barbecue, Mexico will now be able to taste the Brazilian beef

Updated Mar 16, 2023
Shortly after Mexico enabled Argentine meat for the first time in 20 years, Mexico gave the green light to the market of the largest exporter of bovine protein. In turn, the Government of Brazil described the opening as "historic" and "a dream they had more than a decade ago." After authorizing the import of meat from Argentina after a 22-year ban, Mexico will open its doors to imports of beef from Brazil to "diversify" its food chain in the face of rising inflation, the Just Food portal indicated. Santa Catarina, a state in southern Brazil, will be able to export fresh, chilled or frozen bone-in meat to Mexico. Another 14 states, including large producers such as Mato Grosso and Mato Grosso do Sul, will only be allowed to export aged, boneless cuts. The National Agrifood Health, Safety and Quality Service (Senasica) established a set of sanitary requirements for imported meat amid concerns over foot-and-mouth disease and mad cow disease (bovine spongiform encephalopathy). Several ...
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