Robert Meijer on International Market Openings & Canada’s Beef Trade Relationships

As important as the domestic beef market is, the success of Canada’s beef industry depends on exports. That means a continued focus on growing current export markets and looking elsewhere for new opportunities to market our beef. It’s those relationships that will be responsible for growing the industry.

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Robert Meijer is well aware of the importance of international trade on the future of the Canadian beef industry. Robert is President of Canada Beef Inc. , an organization continually promoting and marketing Canadian beef worldwide. I spoke to Robert at ILC 2012 about the ins and outs of Canada’s trade relationships.

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