Indonesia relaxes list of eligible beef, offal exports from Australia

THE Indonesian Government has lifted restrictions on imports of certain secondary cuts of beef and offals from Australia. The restrictions were imposed in 2015, as part of Indonesia’s determination to lift try to lift self-sufficiency in its own beef production, following the 2011 live export market closure. The revised regulations came into effect on 16 August and provide for an expanded list of eligible beef cuts eligible for export to Indonesia, including secondary cuts like knuckles, topsides, insides and outsides, chucks blades, brisket and shin-shank. The relaxation also covers edible offals such as livers, hearts, feet and lungs. The explosion…

Source: Beef Central
Indonesia relaxes list of eligible beef, offal exports from Australia