Paraguay prepares its reply on meat packing plants after audit by U.S. officials

Unlike the 2009 audit, this time procedures are expected to result in approval from the United States. Confirmation could be reached in the first half of 2022, although the first shipments will depend on the commercial factor.


By Latin America News

via The Rio Times (Brazil) - November 19, 2021


RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Of the 4 recommendations issued by the U.S. technicians who inspected meat packing plants and laboratories in Paraguay, the government complied with 3 points and is working jointly with the industry to complete the last one.


For both sectors the audit was successful and everything points to the opening of the U.S. market to Paraguayan meat. To this end, the country must first comply with the recommendations made by the experts who worked on the inspections between November 1 and 17.


National Service of Quality and Animal Health (SENACSA) chairman Josť Carlos Martin said . . .


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