New South Wales, Australia – March 2, 2013 – Lately, the Australian meat industry introduced the latest red meat supplier that could undoubtedly satisfy the needs of every citizen and this the Australian Meat & Quality Foods (AMQF).
In relation to quality and high class red meat, it is incontrovertible that Australian red meat takes the very best spot. Just after Brazil, Australia is regarded as the next largest beef exporter in the world plus they take hold of the 19% of the international cattle trade.
“We have discovered that Australian lands are varying in both climate and geographic 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. “It is because of this that we have decided to set up our company in the market and become one of the producers and exporters of red meat from Australia worldwide,” he added.
The Australian red meat grew to become well-known to numerous people due to its excellence in committing safety and dependability to their meat products. Moreover, Australia was never ever been afflicted with any kind of kinds of major livestock conditions. Given the fact that the Australian red meat products are free from any kind of risks of livestock diseases because all of them are pasture-fed and then rich in healthy fats and also Omega 3, then it is not surprising anymore just how it created a great reputation.
Abnes also added, “Obviously, the demand for Australian red meat across the oceans is undeniable. In addition, the nifty process of generating high meat quality is just insurmountable”.
AMQF (Australian Meat & Quality Foods) is a recently launched organization that supplies high quality red meat for export in various countries around the globe. They offer wide range of meat products which they export for example veal, beef, mutton, venison, goat, lamb, and 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.