Three slaughter houses may export to Korea

APA - Austria Presse Agentur
12-09-2005, 16:03

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – 31 meat producers, including seven freezing plants applied for the license to export to Korea. Its veterinary authorities chose 9 pork producers and one freezing house and controlled them. These companies were the biggest exporters to the USA and EU in the recent years. Korean veterinary inspectors visited one freezing house.

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – 31 meat producers, including seven freezing plants applied for the license to export to Korea. Its veterinary authorities chose 9 pork producers and one freezing house and controlled them. These companies were the biggest exporters to the USA and EU in the recent years. Korean veterinary inspectors visited one freezing house. The control was positive and all other freezing houses were automatically accepted.

 

It was otherwise with meat plants: only the controlled ones received licenses. “It turned out, however, that the three plants have no slaughterhouses of their own, which the Koreans did not know about. Therefore, the biggest slaughterhouses working for them will get conditional licences”, Cezary Bogusz, deputy Veterinary Inspector said.

 

The number of companies with licences will grow to 31 from 28. “We are still trying the other plants interested in exports to be given chance to be controlled. The Koreans agreed to make another control this year, possibly in December”, Cezary Bogusz said. Last year, 12 companies had such licences.

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