We are Mexican Pork
High-quality pork is produced through the use of good feed, mainly wheat,
through an integrated management system.
MPEA is an association consisting of 12 different swine producers in Mexico. It receives financial assistance from the Mexican Government through different plans, implementing a variety of programs to promote their product all around the world. They also undertake efforts to get more people to experience the taste of Mexican Pork.
Mexican Pork is carefully raised in production facilities, surrounded by the abundant resources of Mexico. Blessed with warm climate and plenty of water resources, the states of Puebla, Veracruz, Sonora, Yucatán, Sinaloa and Jalisco are the major Mexican Pork producing states and are perfect locations for pig farming.
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Our association is composed by pork meat producers located among
strategic places across Mexico.
We export all around the world
Exports of Mexican pork have increased during the last few years. In 2013, Mexican pork exports were around 87,000 tons, 17% more than in 2012. Exports have been diversified to countries as Canada, Hong Kong, and Singapore, besides Japan, South Korea and the U.S. This is proof that the appeal of Mexican pork is gradually taking hold in the markets.
It is the perfect soft meat that everyone prefers. It is an excellent match to taste with every menu, even pork cutlets. Our pork has excellent features to satisfy your palate, from taste to texture, that everybody loves. The secret of the taste can be found in the fertile land of Mexico.
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Mexican goverment organizations that sponsor our association.
You can find useful information at their websites.
This mexican organization’s duty is to prevent the entrance of pests and diseases that may affects agriculture and food sector in the country. Which is done through sanitary control of imports, exports, re-exports and transit of merchandise, all this supported by legal regulations