Mission explores opportunities for U.S. beef in Southeast Asia

Singapore key as world's second-largest port; U.S. beef welcomed back to Malaysia.

The Iowa Beef Industry Council (IBIC) recently participated in an Iowa meat trade mission to Singapore and Malaysia. Iowa beef representatives on the mission included Chris Freland, IBIC executive director, and Janine Moore, a beef farmer from What Cheer, Iowa.

Singapore is key as the world’s second-largest port, and understanding the opportunities for U.S. beef in the Southeast Asian markets is critical for import as well as re-export opportunities.

“Southeast Asia has a gr

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