Chinese-owned Uruguayan Meat Exporter Looks to Increase Supply to the Mainland

Eyeing growing appetite among Chinese consumers for premium meat, Uruguayan meatpacker Rondatel SA is looking to expand export of its distinctive black-pack meat products to the Chinese market. The slick packaging is eye-catching, and it also has an innovative label that tracks the contents from pasture to plate…Full Article: China Daily Feb 2019 Key Points

Uruguay Signs Export Agreements for Live Cattle and Blueberries to China

Uruguay will be able to send blueberries to the Chinese market after the agreements signed by the Minister of Livestock, Enzo Benech, and the government authorities of the Asian country…Full Article: Fresh Plaza May 2018 Key Point In May 2018, Uruguay’s Minister for Livestock, Agriculture and Fisheries announced that export agreements relating to the entry

Uruguayan Dairy Exporter Teams Up with Inner Mongolia’s Yili Group to Supply the Chinese Market

Uruguayan firm Conaprole, the largest exporter of dairy products in South America, will achieve an export value of about $55 million this year in China as it benefits from the huge market and the nation’s two-child policy, its senior executives said…Full Article: China Daily Oct 2016 Key Point According to a Professor of Economics at

Uruguay’s Minister of Agriculture to Visit Henan Province

China has scored remarkable progress in agricultural development and offers valuable experience for Uruguay to learn from, said Tabare Aguerre, the South American country’s minister of livestock, agriculture and fishing…Full Article: Xinhua Sept 2016 Key Point In October 2016, Uruguay’s Minister of Agriculture are expected to visit Henan Province, China. ChinaAg Comment In October 2016,

COFCO Purchases Majority Stake in Dutch Grain Trading Company with Operations in South America

China National Cereals, Oils and Foodstuffs Corp, known as COFCO and the country’s largest food trader, has agreed to purchase 51 percent of Rotterdam-based grain trader Nidera BV for an undisclosed sum to further expand China’s grain supply channel in South America. Nidera, with an annual turnover of more than $17 billion, is a major