Poland gains access for poultry to Singaporean market


AVA Singapore has issued health certificates for six Polish producers.

Posted on Apr 23 ,06:57

Poland gains access for poultry to Singaporean market


Six Polish poultry producers have received health certificates to export products to Singapore. According to official sources, quoted by Warsaw Business Journal, the approval for export was granted since December 2017 but needed to be inspected by the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) in order to become operational.

Poland is the largest poultry producer in EU with a capacity forecast to surpass 2 million tons for this year. The total size market for the agricultural products in Singapore was at about $9.3 billion in 2017 of which $9.2 billion stand for imports. Until now, Poland was granted to export only frozen pork in the Singaporean market with 10 health certificates issued for 7 companies.

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