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Argentina very close to accessing the premium meat market with Japan

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Published Mar 2, 2024

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Argentinian Secretary of Agriculture, Fernando Vilella, and other agricultural officials recently met with Japanese ambassador Hiroshi Yamuchi to discuss international cooperation, data exchange, and the 2023-2024 agri-food harvest. The Argentinian officials are keen on attracting investments to add value to their eco-friendly raw materials and are exploring the possibility of accessing the Japanese market for premium meat cuts. Ambassador Yamuchi showed interest in the Argentine beef production chain and expressed a willingness to collaborate.
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The Secretary of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of the Nation, Fernando Vilella, the president of the National Agri-Food Health and Quality Service (Senasa), Pablo Cortese and the vice president, Sergio Robert, held a meeting with the ambassador of Japan, Hiroshi Yamuchi, to address various issues linked to international cooperation, data exchange and the current situation of the 2023-2024 agri-food harvest, inputs, fertilizers, traceability and certification. «It is necessary to bring investments to transform and add value. All investments are welcome, and we will provide everything necessary to make this happen. Argentina has the possibility of producing and generating food for the world, using inputs with low environmental impact and a lower carbon footprint. We have an environmentally friendly raw material and we must transform it,” said Vilella. For his part, Cortese explained that "within the framework of the commercial strategy promoted by the Ministry of Agriculture, ...
Source: Agromeat
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