Pork Exports Begin the Year Strong

In January, the United States pork industry continued the momentum in the international markets that was seen in 2016. According to Pork Checkoff vice president of international marketing Becca Nepple, the January statistics are exciting…tape

Cut #1               :13        OC:…”being exported.”             


U.S. exports to Mexico broke year-over-year export volume records for five straight year…tape

Cut #2               :43        OC:…”southern neighbors.”        


While Mexico and Japan are important markets for U.S. pork, these two countries seek out different cuts. Japan typically wants high value pork products…tape

Cut #3               :28        OC:…”our product.”                   


For more information, producers can contact the Pork Checkoff Service Center. Go to Pork-dot org or call 800-456-PORK.

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