During the first semester of 2013, the Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Food Ministry (SAGARPA) opened 54 markets in 34 countries for different Mexican animal derived products.
From January to July, 16 markets were opened for fowl derived products, 21 for cattle products, 2 for horse derived products, 1 for sheep derived products, 2 for pig derived products, two for bee derived products and 10 more for other different products.
Among the exported products we find fresh, frozen or processed meat; sausages, breaded products, viscera and offal, meals, leather and treated cattle, pig, fowl and sheep skins, among others.
The countries in which new products can be introduced are: Angola, Argentina, Australia, Bahrain, Belgium, Benin, Bolivia, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Congo, Cuba, Curaçao, Spain, United States, France, Ghana, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Japan, Morocco, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Norway, Oman, Peru, Poland, United Kingdom, South Africa, Thailand, Taiwan and Vietnam.
Sunday October 27, 2013/ SAGARPA/ Mexico.