China opens the door to importing more duck parts and organs from Thailand.

Bangkok, Director-General of the Department of Livestock Development reveals. China is confident in the quality and standards of Thai poultry production. Allowing additional imports of duck parts and organs from Thailand Recently a protocol was signed. 'Regarding the criteria for inspection, quarantine and veterinary hygiene. Agreement to amend the Protocol on Criteria for Veterinary Inspection, Quarantine and Hygiene for the export of frozen poultry meat and Thai poultry parts to China.' As a result, Thailand will be able to export additional duck parts and offal to China. It is expected that the value will increase by more than 1,000 million baht per year. Dr. Somchuan Veterinarian Rattanamangkhalanon Director-General of the Department of Livestock Development revealed that on January 29, 2024, Prime Minister Settha Thavisin presided over the protocol signing ceremony. 'Regarding the criteria for inspection, quarantine and veterinary hygiene. Agreement to amend the Protocol on Criteria for Veterinary Insp ection, Quarantine and Hygiene for the export of frozen poultry meat and Thai poultry parts to China' between the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives of the Kingdom of Thailand and the Customs Office of the People's Republic of China The Thai signatories are Captain Thammanat Prompao, Minister of Agriculture and Cooperatives, and Mr. Han Zhiqiang, Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to Thailand. It was signed on the Chinese side by Mr. Wang Yi, Director of the Central Committee on Foreign Affairs. Chinese Communist Party and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China and Mr. Chakkraphong Saengmanee, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Kingdom of Thailand Witness the signing ceremony at the Purple Reception Room, Thai Khu Fah Building, Government House. As for the original Poultry Protocol, dated 24 August 2018, Thailand can only export chicken meat, duck meat, chicken parts and offal. Expanding the scope of the Protocol will result in the export of an additional 18 items of du ck parts and organs, such as legs, wings, liver, gizzards, tongue and mouth, etc., which are popularly consumed in the People's Republic of China. It is estimated that the additional export value of duck parts and offal is more than 1,000 million baht per year. In the past, the Department of Livestock Development has coordinated and cooperated closely with the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China (GACC), especially in setting trade conditions between them. quality supervision Livestock production standards are in line with international food safety standards and regulations of trading partners. The People's Republic of China therefore has confidence in the quality, standards, and safety of livestock products. Under the supervision and supervision of the livestock production system of the Department of Livestock Development, the said Protocol, once both sides have signed it. It will expand the market. and generate income into the country This will result in the value of exports of Thai livestock products increasing. In 2023, the livestock products that were exported the most to the People's Republic of China were chicken parts and organs worth 16,900 million baht, followed by pet food group worth 1,200 million baht and other groups including milk, eggs, honey, bird's nests worth 1,200 million baht. 1,000 million baht. In total, Thai livestock exports to the People's Republic of China in 2023 are worth more than 19,000 million baht. Source: Thai News Agency

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