Chinese Officials to Assess Columbian Meat Hygeine

7 May 2013, at 7:44am

COLOMBIA – Meat health protocols are to be discussed when a Chinese delegation meets with officials from the Colombian Agricultural Institute (ICA) and the National Institute of Food and Drug Monitoring (INVIMA).

Colombian officials hope that this first stage of talks brings success. The CEO of the ICA was clear about the potential boost to the national economy Chinese trade could bring.

“For Columbia to sign a protocol with China is an important business opportunity, considering the bird flu crisis that China suffers,” said Teresita Beltran.