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Home / Trade / India India Must Open its Market to U.S. Pork × NPPC’s Position NPPC wants India to accept the science-based veterinary export certificate that was proposed by USDA so the United States can ship pork to that country without any restrictions. Background The U.S. government in early 2022 concluded a deal with…

Home / Trade / India Trade × The World Should be Your Market Producing the safest and the most wholesome and nutritious pork products found anywhere on the planet does not mean the U.S. pork industry automatically gets access to all the world’s markets. That takes hard work and often involves overcoming significant foreign tariff…

SUPREME COURT CONSIDERS WHETHER TO HEAR CASE AGAINST PROPOSITION 12The U.S. Supreme Court today is holding a conference to decide whether to take the NPPC-American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) case challenging California’s Proposition 12, which bans the sale in California of pork from hogs born to sows raised anywhere in housing that does not meet…

WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 10, 2022 – The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) today applauded the U.S. and Indian government’s announcement to allow imports of U.S. pork and pork products into India, the world’s second-most populous nation. “After decades of work, a market that had been closed to U.S. pork is being opened,” said NPPC President…

The National Pork Producers Council today celebrated a U.S. trade agreement with India—the second most populous nation in the world– that for the first time includes market access for U.S. pork. “We thank the Trump administration for negotiating a trade agreement with India, a market that had been closed to U.S. pork,” said David Herring,…