Posted on September 11, 2021

Two cases of mad cow disease have been detected in Brazil, which has resulted in suspension of its exports of beef to China.
The precaution was taken under an existing bilateral protocol between the two countries, although the ministry stressed that there was “no risk to human or animal health”. The disease appeared “spontaneously and sporadically, unrelated to the ingestion of contaminated food,” a ministry statement said.

in June 2019 Brazil also temporarily suspended its exports of cattle to China, after a case of BSE was detected in Mato Grosso in a 17-year-old cow.

Switzerland Finland Gothenburg Covid-19 Denmark freight forwarders Netherlands wine Turkey Sweden freight rail freight Japan Swedish Sweden shipping logisitics China logistics air freight exports China Pakistan waste exporters U.S.A Hong Kong italy India container export Brexit Poland containers USA Spain Canada freight forwarding cargo EU imports Seafreight Australia South Africa Norway Germany freight exports France Ireland Freight Shipping Vietnam