At Anafric we echo a news story published in the Diario de León. Contrary to the theory that made the field responsible for excess C02 emissions, caused by climate change, the new data support that livestock management is not to blame for this burden. Recent records show that ranching is not the primary cause of climate change. Data from the Ministry for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge indicate that livestock meat productions represent only 7% of the total GHG emissions in our country. The livestock production, meat processing and marketing sectors have continued to carry out their activities since the declaration of the COVID-19 pandemic to keep the population adequately supplied with safe and quality food.
Next Tuesday, October 6, PROVACUNO organizes a webinar on the beef sector in the Philippines. Registration is free and will be done through the Zoom platform.
This webinar is presented as a workshop on the Philippine beef market in which the main results of the research carried out in the market during 2020 will be presented, a presentation that will be sent to those attending the webinar. The main international competitors, the main distribution channels and a broad and detailed analysis of demand will be analyzed. The opportunities that are detected in the market and main commercial strategies to follow will be presented, all adapted and updated after the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The participation of a representative of the Embassy of Spain in Manila, a local importer of meat products and the usual market analysts for this country is expected.
- Complet this link formulario.
- The registration deadline is October 5 at 12.00, the date on which we will send more information about the webinar and access data to the platform.