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Christmas for Imported Meat Businesses

Monday, August 1, 2022

Meat importers are profiting from the foot-and-mouth disease outbreak. Local meat does not fare well.

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A worker arranges packaged frozen meat in a specific warehouse the Central Sulawesi Bulog Office in Palu, Central Sulawesi, July 3. ANTARA FOTO/Mohamad Hamz . tempo : 172094157156.

COLD air struck when Rasli Sharil opened the door to Rass Mandiri Utama’s meat storage in Duren Sawit, East Jakarta. On Wednesday, July 20, the Rass Chief Executive Officer (CEO) went into the cold storage to show us various brands of frozen imported meat. “This one’s from Brazil, that one’s from Australia. They just arrived yesterday,” he said.

In the storage with a temperature of minus 20 degrees Celsius, boxes of


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