Minerva has its 6th plant authorized to export beef to Indonesia The country stands out as one of the largest consuming markets for Halal meat in the world with enormous growth potential
Minerva said this Monday (23) that it was notified by the Ministry of Agriculture about the qualification of its plant in Janaúba (MG) to export beef to Indonesia.
As a result, the company now has six units authorized to export to Indonesia: Janaúba (MG), José Bonifácio (SP), Rolim de Moura (RO), Araguaína (TO), Mirassol d’Oeste (MT) and Palmeiras de Goiás ( GO). Together, they total a slaughtering capacity of more than 8,000 head per day.
“With approximately 275 million inhabitants, Indonesia stands out as one of the largest consumer markets for Halal meat in the world, and with enormous growth potential,” said Minerva, in a statement.