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Argentina opened the North Macedonia market for the export of poultry meat

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Published Mar 2, 2024

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North Macedonia has opened its market to Argentine poultry meat and bovine collagen powder for human consumption, as confirmed by Nicolche Babovsky, director of the Food and Veterinary Agency of the Republic of North Macedonia. This follows Argentina's 2023 exports to North Macedonia, which included a variety of plant and animal products such as pisingallo corn kernels, blanched and cracked peanuts, groundnuts, fresh lemon, frozen hake, hake fillets, and egg products.
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Senasa confirmed that North Macedonia opened its market for Argentine poultry meat and bovine collagen powder suitable for human consumption. "Through an official note, the director of the Food and Veterinary Agency of the Republic of North Macedonia, Nicolche Babovsky, expressed that country's agreement to the proposal of the International Veterinary Certificate and valued the "Embassy of the Argentine Republic and Senasa for the successful collaboration established in the field of trade in poultry products, competition of both services," Senasa reported in a statement. During 2023, Argentina exported products of plant origin to North Macedonia such as pisingallo corn kernels, blanched peanuts, cracked ...
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