U.S. Pork Food Service Seminar

Pork chop (U.S. Embassy photo)

On November 16, 2016, a U.S. pork seminar was held at Sausage and Ribs Shack in Kuala Lumpur to educate food service users of pork about the merits of using delicious, high quality American pork owing to good genetics, quality feed, proper handling, technology and strict U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) standards.   Participants sampled pork chop, spare ribs, St. Louis Spare Ribs and breaded boneless loin.   On display were imported frozen American shoulder rib loin chop; boneless loin; spare ribs; St. Louis spare ribs and bone-in ham.  Additives Asia, a Malaysian importer of U.S. pork for food service generously donated the meat while USDA’s foreign export trade promotion arm called the Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) and U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) financed the promotion.