Poultry exports to Korea may be blocked by bird flue

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
15-03-2006, 11:17

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The negotiations concerning the sale of Polish poultry to Korea are very advanced. They may break if a bird flue is discovered in the farms.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – The negotiations concerning the sale of Polish poultry to Korea are very advanced. They may break if a bird flue is discovered in the farms.

Poland has been exporting beef to Korea for several months now. Poultry producers are also interested in the market.

“We have been talking for a long time to export poultry. The talks are well advanced. Only if bird flue is discovered in the farms, the plans would fail”, Cezary Bogusz, the deputy chief veterinary inspector said.

The producers are not able to say how much meat they could export to Korea.

“We have never done that. If the market opens, however, and the price relations are good, the extra amount of poultry could disappear from the market”, Rajmund Paczkowski, the CEO of the national council of poultry said.

Companies selling their pork to Korea, which have also poultry plants, are interested in developing the export. One of them is Animex.

 

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