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IPC meeting in Nanjing draws nearly 100 from 18 countries

USAPEEC President Jim Sumner, who also serves as president of the International Poultry Council, presented a plaque to Madame Yu Lu, president of the China Chamber of Commerce for Import-Export and Native Produce (CCFNA), at the second semester meeting of the IPC this week in Nanjing. The plaque recognized Yu and CCFNA for hosting the meeting, which attracted nearly 100 attendees from 18 countries for discussions on key issues affecting the global poultry industry.

See more in the Sept. 24 edition of MondayLine.

Taiwan agrees to reduced restrictions for LPAI cases, welcome news for U.S. industry

The U.S. poultry industry achieved a big success this week in one of its key export markets.

Taiwan, the second-leading market for U.S. broilers by volume so far this year, agreed to reduced restrictions against U.S. poultry imports in the event of future incidents of low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI).

The action, which comes as welcome news to U.S. suppliers, was a priority of USAPEEC and was aided by the efforts of Dr. John Clifford, chief trade advisor for USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service(APHIS). Clifford had just gone to Taiwan this month to help encourage the move.

See more in the Sept. 24 edition of MondayLine.

USAPEEC series of workshops in Oman, Qatar a hit with chefs

To further acquaint Omani and Qatari chefs with U.S. poultry, USAPEEC Middle East executed a series of mini-foodservice workshops over a period of three days in each of the countries this month. In Doha, three workshops were conducted from Sept. 8-10 at the Diplomatic Club, led by the vice president of the Qatar Culinary Professionals and executive chef Joseph Yammine.

The attendees came from various 4-star and 5-star hotels as well as catering companies. Yammine highlighted the physical attributes of U.S. poultry products, and how easy it is to incorporate them in a variety of different local recipes.

See more information in the Sept. 24 edition of MondayLine.

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USAPEEC Winter Meeting – Washington, D.C.
December 18-20, 2018
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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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