Agriculture/MRE: Lesotho opens market for poultry meat from Brazil

Published May 18, 2024

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Brazil is set to expand its poultry export markets after Lesotho announced the opening of its market to Brazilian poultry meat. Negotiations for this agreement started in November the previous year. Lesotho imports approximately 8 thousand tons of poultry meat annually. Brazil is the global leader in chicken meat exports, having shipped 5 million tons and earned US$9.61 billion in 2023. The country successfully found a home for its agricultural products in 43 new markets in the same year.
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By Isadora Duarte Brasília, 05/17/2024 - Brazil will be able to export poultry meat to Lesotho, located in central-eastern South Africa, the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a joint note. The opening of the market was communicated this Friday by the Kingdom of Lesotho to the Brazilian government. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, negotiations for the agreement began in November last year. Lesotho imports around 8 thousand tons of poultry meat per year, according to data from the Ministry. Brazil is the world's ...
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