National Poultry Council: Polish poultry admitted to the Philippine market

Published Aug 18, 2023

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Poland has become the first European Union country recognized by the Philippines for its regionalization system to combat avian influenza, allowing Polish poultry products to be exported with agreed health certificates. The opening of the Philippines market, which has a large population and relies heavily on poultry meat in its diet, presents new opportunities for Polish poultry plants. Poland is already a leading producer of poultry meat in the EU, with a significant portion of its production being exported to global markets, particularly within the European market.
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"Poland is also the first European Union country where the Philippines has recognized the Polish regionalization system for highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) at the voivodship level. This means that exports of Polish poultry meat, poultry meat products, hatching eggs and day-old chicks will be possible accompanied by bilaterally agreed health certificates. A new market opens up According to the chamber, the opening of one of the key markets in Southeast Asia, with over 100 million people, where poultry meat plays an important role and is a basic component of the diet of the inhabitants of the Philippines, gives Polish poultry plants new development opportunities. The National Poultry Council - Chamber of Commerce consistently convinces foreign partners that Polish poultry is safe and attractive in terms of price, and that the introduction of the regionalization principle in mutual trade relations is absolutely justified - said the president of the chamber, Dariusz ...
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