Featured among the most affected countries by the new configuration of international trade, Mexico is the target market of a trade promotion action organized by the Brazilian Association of Animal Protein (ABPA), in partnership with the Brazilian Export and Investment Promotion ( Apex-Brazil), during ExpoANTAD & Alimentaria 2018. the fair will take place from 6 to 8 March, the Mexican city of Guadalajara.
The ABPA will have an exclusive area in the event to promote sectoral brands Brazilian Chicken, Egg Brazilian and Brazilian Pork. Four companies will participate in the action: Copacol, C Valley, Seara Alimentos and Zanchetta.
In addition to business meetings with potential clients and Mexican importers, the action will include the distribution of promotional material in Spanish with company information and details about the productive differential of poultry and swine in Brazil, such as health status, quality and sustainable production profile.
Besides the action in ExpoANTAD & Alimentaria, the team of ABPA will participate in a series of meetings with representatives of Mexican importers and Brazilian official representation in Mexico. At issue, in addition to strengthening the poultry exports, will discuss the negotiations for the opening of the market to pork Made in Brazil.
“Mexico has recently renewed its share of imports of Brazilian poultry products, ensuring the continuity of business for the sector. Our goal, however, is to go further and establish Brazil as a supplier, also pork. Brazil is negotiating with the Mexican authorities, and there are good prospects for the opening of this valuable market, which is one of the largest importers of animal protein in the world, “said Francisco Turra, chief executive of ABPA.
Eleventh largest poultry importer from Brazil, Mexico grew on their purchases over 2017. There were shipped 94,700 tons throughout the year, a volume that exceeded by 59.5% the total exports in 2016. In the business revenue Mexicans last year exceeded by 82% the results of the previous year, reaching US $ 184.7 million.
More information on the sector projects in Brazil can be obtained by sites www.brazilianchicken.com.br , www.brazilianpork.com.br and www.brazilianegg.com.br , or also by fan pages fb.com/brazilianchicken , fb.com/brazilianpork and fb.com/brazilianegg .