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Saudi Arabia gives green light to Paraguayan meat exports

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Published Dec 19, 2023

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Saudi Arabia's Food and Drug Authority has approved the purchase of beef from Paraguay after a successful audit of the country's slaughterhouses. This approval follows recent permission for export to the United States, with the first shipment scheduled for this week. Paraguay is also working on accessing other markets such as Japan, South Korea, and Mexico to strengthen its international position.
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Saudi Arabia's Food and Drug Authority (SFDA) has given the green light to the purchase of beef from Paraguay after a successful audit, the South American country's National Service for Animal Quality and Health (Senacsa) announced Monday in Asunción. The audit, which began on December 4 and lasted until December 14, included visits to slaughterhouses in Central, Presidente Hayes, Boquerón, and Amambay, where detailed technical evaluations were carried out. The Saudi auditors met with Senacsa president José Carlos Martín and other officials. This new achievement follows the recent approval for export to the United States, with the first shipment scheduled for this week. In addition to Saudi Arabia, the United States, and Canada earlier this year, audits are underway to access other markets such as Japan, South Korea, and Mexico, which would strengthen Paraguay's international position. Paraguayan Meat Chamber (CPC) President Randy Ross confirmed Monday that the first shipment of ...
Source: MercoPress
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