Argentina Agrees To Permit Imports Of U.S. Bone-in PorkTuesday, December 26, 2000
Argentina announced December 22 that it will permit imports of bone-in U.S. pork. The Argentine market just recently opened to boneless pork exports from the U.S. Now, bone-in products from the U.S. will also be accepted. The Argentine market for imported pork is estimated at 30,000 metric tons a year. The decision follows meetings between USDA and Argentine officials and representatives of the U.S. pork industry.