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USAPEEC in China for Meetings, Reception

The 19th USAPEEC Industry Reception, held January 19, was sponsored by USAPEEC member companies: AJC International (Asia); Eastern Quality Foods; Grove Services Hong Kong; Han Feng Global; Interra International; Intervision Foods; Lamex Foods; MetaFoods; Perdue (Asia); PMI Foods; Sanderson Farms; Tyson Foods; and Wayne Farms.

At the event, USAPEEC President Jim Sumner thanked Chinese traders for their support, and provided a briefing on meetings he attended during the week. Also making remarks were USAPEEC Chairman Marc Killebrew from Tyson Foods, and Bruce Zanin, Minister Counselor for Agricultural Affairs at the U.S. Embassy.

See more in the Jan. 22 edition of MondayLine.

Mood around fate of NAFTA still uncertain

The sixth of seven scheduled rounds of negotiations to modernize NAFTA is set to start Tuesday in Montreal with uncertainty about the fate of the talks still the dominant mood, five months after they began.

Much of the uncertainty is focused on the position of President Donald Trump who has confounded observers trying to determine whether the U.S. would actually withdraw from the trade agreement with Mexico and Canada.

See more in the Jan. 22 edition of MondayLine.

Revised Mexican regulations on eggs call for only minor changes

Newly revised Mexican regulations on eggs and egg products include only minor changes, Alma Lilia de Leon, USAPEEC Mexico City office director, reported.

The revised NOM-159, published last week in “Diario Oficial,” the Mexican Federal Register, focuses on food safety provisions and product specifications and standards, and primarily affects U.S. table eggs because of the refrigeration provision, which has not been changed. That provision states that “all previously refrigerated eggs should be kept under refrigeration during distribution sale until final consumer.”

See more information in the Jan. 22 edition of MondayLine.

What's New

USAPEEC does not buy or sell poultry or eggs. However, it does facilitate the process between buyers and sellers, in order to accomplish its stated mission of helping to increase exports of U.S. poultry and egg products in the international marketplace. This section is devoted to helping buyers find sellers of specific products. Here, the buyer can request product information and learn more about available products through poultry and egg buyers guides.


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