Mexico establishes requirements for the safe import of Brazilian beef

The Government of Mexico announced this Monday sanitary requirements that open the door for the first time to the importation of beef from Brazil , while the Government of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador seeks sources of food supply to combat high levels of inflation.

“Based on the risk analyzes carried out by the animal health experts of the National Agri-Food Health, Safety and Quality Service ( Senasica ), the published animal health requirements sheets establish the risk mitigation measures that must be met by plants authorized to export products to Mexico, with the purpose of promoting safe meat trade and protecting the country’s livestock production,” said the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development ( Sader ) in a statement.

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