National Pork Board Study Outlines Opportunities to Diversify Pork Exports
December 8, 2020
As U.S. pork exports continue to break records in 2020, new reports from the National Pork Board demonstrate opportunities that may diversify U.S. pork exports in Vietnam and the Philippines. The reports also show how African swine fever (ASF) outbreaks in Asia have impacted both countries’ pork industries and related supply chains.Read Full Release See All News Releases
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