FACTBOX-China suspends meat imports from various origins amid COVID-19 pandemic – Reuters

FACTBOX-China suspends meat imports from various origins amid COVID-19 pandemic – Reuters


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    BEIJING, July six (Reuters) - China has banned meat imports
from various processing crops in quite a few international locations in the past
thirty day period, a customs document confirmed, as the worldwide coronavirus
pandemic hit the world's major meats processors.
    China most a short while ago banned imports from two a lot more Brazilian
pork processing plants and a pork plant owned by German meat
producer Westfleisch, according to a record on the web page of the
Normal Administration of Customs, updated more than the weekend. 
    The move comes as COVID-19 bacterial infections have arrived at much more than
eleven.35 million globally, with 530,858​​ fatalities.
    China's customs workplace had presently suspended pork imports
from plants owned by German meat producer Toennies, and imports
of poultry products and solutions from a plant owned by U.S.- primarily based meat
processor Tyson Inc.
    Imports of meat from three plants in Brazil also bought banned
more than issues about the novel coronavirus.
    Below is a whole record of crops banned from exporting meats
to China considering the fact that the beginning of June. 
 Release   Information
 day      
 June 18   Plants of German meals company Tönnies Group that has
           been strike by the novel coronavirus suspend exports of
           pork items to China from June 17
 June twenty   China suspends imports of frozen pork and merchandise
           from Rosderra Irish Meats Team Ltd from June twenty 
 June 21   China suspends imports of poultry products and solutions from a
           plant owned by U.S.-based meat processor Tyson Inc
                   that has been strike by the novel coronavirus
           from June 21
 June 23   Plant owned by Brazilian beef processor Agra
           suspends exports to China from June 17
  June 23  Plant of Britain’s major pork processor Tulip
           suspends exports of pork to China from June 17 soon after
           some personnel confirmed with COVID-19 
 June 27   Brazil’s JBS Aves Ltda plant suspends exports of
           poultry and goods to China from June 26
 June 27   China suspends imports from a beef plant in Várzea
           Grande, owned by Brazil's Marfrig from June 27 
 June 28   Plant owned by Frigorífico Rioplatense S.A.I.C.I.F,
           1 of Argentina's primary beef processors, suspends
           exports of beef goods to China from June 22 
 June 28   China suspends imports of pork merchandise from a plant
           owned by Danisch Crown Fleisch GmbH, Germany, a
           subsidiary of Danish foodstuff processor Danish Crown
           from June 28 
 June 28   China suspends imports of poultry products and solutions from a
           plant of Brazil's Companhia Minuano de Alimentos
           from June 28
 June 28   China suspends imports of beef solutions from a plant
           in Canada owned by multi-nationwide agriculture giant
           Cargill Inc from June 28
 June 28   China suspends imports of pork products and solutions from vegetation
           owned by Dutch corporations Van Rooi Meat B.V., VION
           Groenlo B.V., VION Boxtel B.V., and Westfort V.O.F
           from June 28 
 July 4    China suspends imports of pork from Westfleisch SCE
           mbH Meat Middle Coesfeld, a plant owned by German
           meat producer Westfleisch from July four
 July four    China suspends imports of pork from a plant owned by
           Brazilian food corporation BRF SA and a JBS-owned Seara
           brand plant from July 4
 July 4    Plant underneath British ABP Foods Team, ABP Ellesmere
           suspends exports of beef to China from July two
 July 4    Plant owned by Argentinian beef producer FRIMSA S.A.
           suspends exports to China from July 1
 July four    Plant less than Italian meat organization Ghinzelli S.r.l.
           suspends exports of pork to China from July 1
 July 4    Dutch pork producer Westfort Vleesproducten suspends
           exports to China from June 28 China resumes imports
           from Dutch pork business Westfort V.O.F. from July 4
 
 (Reporting by Hallie Gu, Beijing Newsroom, and Tom Daly in
Beijing More reporting by Ana Mano in Sao Paulo Modifying
by Jacqueline Wong)