Canada Pork International opens Shanghai office


Canada Pork International (CPI), an export promotion agency of the Canadian pork industry, has opened an office in Shanghai to explore more opportunities in China. It is the agency’s second overseas office following the one in Tokyo, Japan. Founded in 1991, the CPI is a joint initiative of the Canadian Meat Council, representing the pork packers and trading companies, and of the Canadian Pork Council, which is the national hog producer organization.

“Canadian pork exports, including offal, fat and processed products, to China, Hong Kong and Macau could ‘easily’ exceed 200,000 tonnes this year,” Jason Li, CPI Director Marketing for Greater China told Asian Agribiz.


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