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Three Pakistani slaughterhouses approved to export meat to Jordan

BusinessThree Pakistani slaughterhouses approved to export meat to Jordan
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Three Pakistani slaughterhouses including Tata Best Food Limited, the Organic Meet Limited Company and Tazij Meet and Food have been approved to export all types of meat for bovine, sheep, goat, and camels to Jordan.

In a statement on Thursday, the Prime Minister’s Adviser for Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood said that the Ministry of Commerce is pleased that Jordan has notified three of Pakistan’s slaughterhouses for export for bovine, sheep, goat, and camel meat to Jordan.

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The adviser urged Pakistani exporters to take advantage of the opportunities offered by this non-traditional market for the meat and to seek other sectors like potato, mango, kinnows & onions to diversify exports from Pakistan.

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