My meat eaters will be happy about the following news. This information comes from Africa News.
After 18 years of negotiations, Namibia will become the first African country to export red meat to the United States. MeatCo, the Meat Corporation of Namibia, sent 25 tonnes of beef to Philadelphia, PA, earlier this week. The nation is set to export 860 tonnes of beef cuts in 2020 and 5,000 tonnes by 2025. And their variety will include boneless, raw beef cuts in frozen or chilled form.
U.S. Ambassador to Namibia, Lisa Johnson, advised the following:
“Namibia will benefit economically from tapping into the largest consumer market with purchasing power of $13 trillion, and U.S. consumers will benefit from access to Namibia’s high-quality, free-range, grass-fed beef.”
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