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Peru starts to export pork to Bolivia

Health requirements will be published in the next few days, allowing the export of pork to Bolivia.

Pigs in Cachicadan, Peru

Two Peruvian companies have already received authorization, as they fulfill the health and safety margins, with products free of diseases that do not present a health hazard for the importing country.

This agreement was signed at the Presidential and the Peru-Bolivia Binational Cabinet meeting by José Manuel Hernández, Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation of Peru, and César Cocarico Yana, Minister of Rural Development and Lands of Bolivia.

In 2018, the SENASA will begin the second stage of the project for the control and eradication of Classical Swine Fever with the aim of carrying on with the eradication of the disease in Peru, benefiting more than 600,000 small pig producers.

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Photo Credit: Carlos Adampol Galindo (CC BY-SA 2.0)

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