The capital will host From Farm to Fork upcoming event, a tasting for professionals, so those in the industry, including distributors, importers, chefs, restaurant managers, etc. who are in daily contact with meat products, can learn more about EU pork while tasting it!
The tasting will be structured in different sessions in which two experts will participate, one will explain the key characteristics of EU Pork, differentiating the cuts and their merits and uses, and the other, a professional chef, will perform a cooking demonstration of the dishes that will be tasted by attendees.
Compared to 2020, China’s pork imports declined in 2021, but the EU remains China’s largest source of pork imports, accounting for about 59% of the market share. Meanwhile, Spain has grown in both market share and exports, taking the top spot, Portugal is also playing an increasingly important role. In 2022, imported pork will usher in more opportunities and challenges. Understanding the key differences among the myriad of options available internationally is essential to seize the opportunities in the new year, optimize operations and to ensure you can deliver top value to your clients. If you are interested in learning about this to offer an added-value product, make sure you register to participate in the event, which will take place at Kempinski hotel in mid-May.