Uruguay obtained authorization for two other slaughterhouses to sell beef and horse meat to China

Published May 17, 2024

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The General Administration of Customs of China has added Halmon SA and Sarel SA to its list of foreign meat product suppliers, allowing the former to export beef and the latter to export horse meat. This authorization, which was delayed due to a name change at Halmon SA, follows a comprehensive remote audit by Chinese technicians and is expected to create new job opportunities in Uruguay. With all equine meat export plants now authorized for the Chinese market, Uruguay is making significant progress in accessing key export markets for its meat industry.
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The General Administration of Customs of China updated the list of foreign establishments of meat products and enabled Halmon SA (formerly the Florida meat processing plant) and Sarel SA as suppliers, the Minister of Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries, Fernando Mattos, reported this Thursday. “We received official communication from our Embassy in China of the long-awaited news that Halmon S.A. "It is authorized to export beef to China," Mattos notified, who recalled that the company name of the industrial plant, located in the city of Florida, changed, which delayed the authorization. The Secretary of State stressed that China is a relevant market and that, thanks to the new opportunities generated, the meat processing plant located in Florida will benefit the population of that place, due to the direct and indirect jobs it represents, after having been closed for several years. He recalled that, in accordance with the procedure planned to achieve this authorization, in which ...
Source: Agromeat
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