Japanese officials to inspect Philippine pig meat plants

Japanese quarantine officials will visit the Philippines to inspect and accredit meat processing plants for possible pork exports to Japan.

Monday 5 March 2012 (6 years 2 months 23 days ago)

Japanese quarantine officials will visit the Philippines in the first week of March to inspect and accredit meat processing plants for possible pork exports to Japan, Philippine Department of Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala said.

He added that the officials will visit Mindanao and two other sites in Luzon where there are AAA (or export standard) meat slaughtering and processing facilities.

Thursday March 1, 2012/ Asian Agribusiness.
http://www.asian-agribiz.com

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