According to information released by the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA), the renewal of import quotas of poultry meat for that country was published on December 26, in the Official Gazette of Mexico.
The import quota for chicken meat had been authorized on May 16, 2013 and has now been renewed until December 2019, maintaining the same characteristics of the originally published version and in the residual amount of what was used so far, volume more than 100,000 tons.
According to the CEO of ABPA, Francisco Turra, in addition to confirming the already consolidated flow of business between Brazil and Mexico, there is an expectation that new export flows will be built upon the renewal of quotas.
“The renewal of import quotas for chicken meat in Mexico reinforces the partnership established between the two countries and confirms the Mexican people’s confidence in the quality of Brazilian chicken meat,” explains Francisco Turra.
ABOUT ABPA – ABPA is the political-institutional representation of poultry and pig farming in Brazil. It brings together more than 140 companies and entities from the various links of poultry farming and pig farming in Brazil, responsible for an export pattern of over 8 billion.
Under the tutelage of ABPA is the management, in partnership with Apex-Brasil, of the three sectorial brands of Brazilian exports of poultry, eggs and pigs: the Brazilian Chicken, Brazilian Egg and Brazilian Pork.
Through its sector brands, ABPA promotes special actions in target markets and disseminates the differentials of Brazilian poultry and pork products – such as quality, health status and production sustainability – and fosters new business for the export chain eggs and meat from chickens and pigs.