Chile Sixth place as pork exporting country

According to estimations by the USDA, Chile was the sixth largest producer of pork throughout 2010. In this same period, 357 million dollars worth of pork was exported, the main destinations being Japan (41%); South Korea (28%); EU (9%) and America (13%). Currently, Chilean pork is exported to 39 different commercial destinations.
Friday 20 May 2011 (6 years 9 months 4 days ago)
According to estimations by the USDA, Chile was the sixth largest producer of pork throughout 2010. In this same period, 357 million dollars worth of pork was exported, the main destinations being Japan (41%); South Korea (28%); EU (9%) and America (13%). Currently, Chilean pork is exported to 39 different commercial destinations.

The opening of the Chinese market, with the first delivery sent on May 7th, shows, also, the international recognition of Chile as a trustworthy supplier. Chile is the only country in the world that is certified to export poultry and pork to particularly demanding countries like Japan, South Korea, the EU, the USA, and Russia, among others.

Having reached this objective is the result of efforts from multiple technical programs, some that stand out being the Dioxin Control Program, the Pharmaceutical Residue Control Program and the preventative Watch Program, among others.

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