Posted on February 29, 2024

Saudi Arabia recently decided to resume lamb and beef imports from South Africa after a hiatus of more than two decades. This has opened up substantial opportunities for meat producers, investors, and industry stakeholders.

From the perspective of South African beef exporters, the product itself remains unchanged.
Saudi Arabia is now part of the Brics group of developing nations, so the trade regulations and customs requirements for imports and exportsare expected to become more streamlined, reducing paperwork and delays.

Financial investors in the beef sector are also set to benefit from the resumption of Saudi imports.

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