Market Spain's pork triumphs in Mexico and Japan

by Editor fleischwirtschaft.com
Thursday, March 14, 2019
Interporc has just finished its participation in Expo Carnes y Lácteos and FoodEx Japan to promote Spanish products in these countries.
Photo: Interporc
Interporc has just finished its participation in Expo Carnes y Lácteos and FoodEx Japan to promote Spanish products in these countries.

Mexico and Japan are two of the main import markets for pork and processed meat worldwide. Interporc has just finished its participation in Expo Carnes y Lácteos and FoodEx Japan to promote Spanish products in these countries.

The Interprofessional Organization has held a series of meetings with the Secretary of Agriculture and Rural Development of the Government of Mexico, Victor Manuel Villalobos, who stressed the importance of Spain as a preferred partner when importing pork. For his part, Interporc's International Director, Daniel de Miguel, passed on to him the international experience of the Spanish pig sector, capable of adapting to the needs of Mexican customers as well as supplying the country's growing demand.

Interporc has been participating with a pavilion grouped together with 8 companies in the FoodEx Japan fair, the most important food event in this country. At the stand there were daily culinary demonstrations by the local chef Inoue and demonstrations of cured ham and sausages by Sergio Bellido and Silvia Garcia.

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