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Mexico Starts Pork Exports to Singapore

15 November 2012, at 1:45pm

MEXICO - The National Health Service, Food Safety and Quality (SENASICA) has announced the first shipment of more than 22 tons of pork from the Mexican state of Sonora has reached Singapore.

The first export of pork to Singapore comes after facilities were inspected.

This export confirmed progress in the marketing of meat products from Mexican with countries in Asia, most notably Singapore, Korea, China and Japan.

Recently, Japan opened its doors to pork produced in Jalisco, after the territory was cleared as free of classical swine fever.

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