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Canadian pork exports to China temporarily suspended

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has stopped issuing export certificates to China for all pork and beef products as of June 25, 2019.

Friday 28 June 2019 (3 months 21 days ago)
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Canadian pork producers were informed that China will no longer be accepting Canadian pork products due to concerns regarding the validity of an export certificate. As a result, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has stopped issuing export certificates to China for all pork and beef products as of June 25, 2019. This halt in Canadian exports is not the result of a food safety concern but the misuse of Canada’s reputation as a supplier of safe quality products.

China is a very important market for Canadian producers. In 2018, Canada’s pork exports were valued at almost $4 billion, of which $514 million was exported to China it is our third-largest export market. Sales in 2019 have increased by 50% over 2018 levels and this increased demand was reflected in higher prices for live hogs.

Wednesday June 26, 2019/Canadian Pork Council/Canada. http://www.cpc-ccp.com

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