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Don’t complete a deal for meat exports without first confirming that your product meets all the regulations and standards of the importing country.  It is also important to note that the standards for meat imports vary from country to country.

Exporting meat also poses additional restrictions, such as: Bone-In Beef (from animals over 30-months old) may not be exported to mainland China whereas Deboned Beef may be exported.  Potential exporters must thoroughly review both export and import requirements to ensure shipments are not delayed and/or seized for non-compliance.

Learn more by visiting the website of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

For more information, contact Brian Rowe, General Manager – Customs Consulting Services. 

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