The annual event brought together more than 50 importers in an enjoyable networking event with the aim of strengthening commercial ties and demonstrating the versatility of the world’s most-consumed protein.
The brand’s annual event brought together 85 importers and 10 members of the local media with the aim of strengthening commercial ties and demonstrating just how versatile the world’s most-consumed protein really is.
Local importers were invited to the event and Cooking Show with the aim of strengthening commercial ties and demonstrating just how versatile the world’s most-consumed protein really is.
ExpoCarnes’ member Coexca presented their new brand Coexca Wine-Aged Pork in Tokyo. This product is designed to strengthen the position of Chilean pork in the Asia.
The trip took place in February and was the president’s last official tour of the country. The Executive President of the Chilean meat exporters’ trade association, ExpoCarnes, Juan Carlos Domínguez was present on the tour.
It is said that the domestication of pigs started 13,000 years ago in the region that is now known as Western Asia, and since then pigs have been considered an animal exclusive to human consumption. Many years later, pork went on to become a key food product in European countries such as France and Spain. Spain introduced the first domesticated pigs to America during colonization at the end of the 15th century.