SOUTH AMERICA: Strong gains in exports of pork and mutton
South American nations have big plans to expand meat exports to Europe in order to capitalise on the BSE scare. Even though they are strongly promoting their BSE-free beef, it looks as though the biggest gainers in the European market will be sheep (mutton) and pork. This is ironic given the fact that Brazil recently had a big scare when scrapie was detected in a herd of sheep. Uruguay and Colombia are planning to expand exports of sheep and pork respectively.
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