New South Wales, Australia – March 2, 2013 – Lately, the Australian meat industry introduced the latest red meat supplier that can definitely satisfy the needs of each and every citizen and this the Beef Exports Australia (AMQF).
In relation to quality and high class red meat, it is incontrovertible that Australian red meat takes the very best spot. Right after Brazil, Australia is considered as the next largest beef exporter in the world and so they take hold of the 19% of the global cattle trade.
“We have found out that Australian lands are diverse in both climate and geographic aspects. With this, we have established a plan of creating a diverse beef industry,” said Raj Abnes, AMQF’s sales manager in Australia/New Zealand markets. “Because of these reasons we have decided to set up our company in the market and become one of the producers and exporters of red meat from Australia internationally,” he added.
The Australian red meat industry is known to be completely committed to make certain safety as well as integrity of meat products. Actually, you will find no reports which have been made with regards to to any kind of risks to virtually any kinds of livestock diseases in Australia. In other words, among the main explanations why Australian red meat has acquired such reputation is really because its livestock are free from just about any diseases, considering they are pasture-fed, hence producing meat products which are of best quality as well as rich in healthy fats as well as Omega 3.
Abnes also added, “Obviously, the demand for Australian red meat across the oceans is undeniable. Additionally, the nifty process of generating high meat quality is just insurmountable”.
AMQF (Australian Meat & Quality Foods) is a newly established company that exports high quality red meat products in numerous areas of the world. The products which they export includes beef, lamb, veal, kangaroo, mutton, venison, as well as meat from goat.
“We are already exporting red meat products across the world, and in the years to come, our red meat export business will remain strong,” Abnes added.