UK lifts Ban On Export Of Pork To S/Korea.Can Nigeria Find a place in this $1.72b Market?

Pigs in blankets will by on the menu in South Korea this month thanks to a Brexit-fuelled British trade win. South Korea’s Ministry of Food and Drug Safety had previously banned UK exports of the bacon, ham, and pork sausages, but the exclusion has been lifted ahead of Christmas after action from the government.


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Trade Secretary Kemi Badenoch said: “This is good news for British farmers who haven’t been able to sell their pork to South Korea because of a trade barrier. 

“We have removed that barrier in time for Christmas and it is worth so much to farmers over the Christmas Period.” 

Food Minister Mark Spencer added:  “British pork is renowned across the world for both its quality and its great taste. 

“The hard work of British teams to open up this market means British bacon and sausages can be the heart and Seoul of South Korean celebrations and dinners throughout the year.”

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