Norson first Mexican pork company to export to New Zeland

According to GCMA, in the first four months of this year, Mexico exported more than 1,000 tons of pork to Canada, which represented an increase of 253%; Regarding beef, the rise was 13% with almost 2,600 tons.

The volume sold came from the Federal Inspection Type Plant (TIF) 66 in Hermosillo, Sonora, and was shipped from the port of Ensenada, Baja California. According to the company, the meat will arrive at a processing plant in New Zealand.

Ricardo Tochijara, senior manager of export sales and logistics, explained that this new destination represents a sales opportunity of up to 500 tons of pork per year, with a value of more than two million dollars.

Source: Porcicultura