New South Wales, Australia – March 2, 2013 – Good news to all of the meat lovers around, it is because the Australia meat industry welcomes a new high quality red meat supplier referred to as Australian Meat and Quality Foods or AMQF.
Australian red meat, that has marked a name in the industry, is famous for the high quality as well as evenness whenever things regarding meat are concerned. The truth is, Australia is amongst the largest beef exporters on earth, right after Brazil, as well as accounts for a lot more than 19% of the global cattle trade.
“We have found out that Australian lands are diverse in both geographic and climate aspects. With this, we have established a plan of creating a diverse beef industry,” said Raj Abnes, AMQF’s sales manager in Australia/New Zealand markets. “Because of these reasons we have decided to set up our place in the market and become one of the producers and exporters of Australian red meat all over the globe,” he added.
The Australian red meat industry is known to be totally committed to guarantee safety and also integrity of meat products. Additionally, the continent of Australia is known to be clear of the risks of just about all major livestock illnesses. Basically, one of the main reasons why Australian red meat has gained this sort of reputation is because its livestock are free from virtually any illnesses, thinking about they are pasture-fed, thus producing meat products that are of best quality and rich in healthy fats and also Omega 3.
Abnes also added, “Certainly, the demand for Australian red meat across the oceans is undeniable. Furthermore, the nifty process of making high meat quality is definitely insurmountable”.
There exists a recently launched organization which is named as AMQF (Australian Meat & Quality Foods) plus they are famous for providing high quality red meat for export all over the world. They offer broad variety of meat products they export like veal, beef, mutton, venison, goat, lamb, as well as kangaroo meat.
“We are already exporting red meat products world wide, and in the years to come, our red meat export business will remain strong,” Abnes added.