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    Polish Poultry Breaks Into Filipino Market, Unleashes Growth Potential

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    Polish poultry has secured entry into the Filipino market, a move celebrated by the National Poultry Council – Chamber of Commerce. This breakthrough promises fresh growth opportunities for Polish poultry producers. Impressively, Poland becomes the first EU country to have its regionalization approach for Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) recognized by the Philippines at the provincial level. This achievement enables the export of Polish poultry meat, products, hatchery eggs, and day-old chicks with mutually agreed health certificates.

    The Southeast Asian market, home to over 100 million people with a strong reliance on poultry in their diets, becomes a crucial growth arena for Polish poultry. The National Poultry Council consistently highlights the safety and competitive pricing of Polish poultry, advocating for regionalization in trade.

    Poland’s poultry prowess shines, producing over 3.3 million tons in 2022, with over 53% earmarked for export. Global recognition of Polish poultry quality propels over 66% of exports to Europe and the rest to various third-party nations. Germany, the Netherlands, and France lead EU importers, while the UK, Ukraine, Congo, Ghana, and Liberia contribute.

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