Sector : Meat

Region Africa

Destination Market: Cóte d'Ivoire

Information : Cóte d'Ivoire

COUNTRY NAME: Cóte d'Ivoire  (Ivory Coast)

 


TRADE:

In 2022 Ireland exported approximately 1,243 tonnes of Pigmeat valued at €0.87 m.

In 2021 Ireland exported approximately 624 tonnes of Pigmeat valued at €0.31 m.

In 2020 Ireland exported approximately 1,085 tonnes of Pigmeat valued at €0.65 m.

In 2019 Ireland exported approximately 1,069 tonnes of Pigmeat valued at €0.51 m.

In 2018 Ireland exported approximately 527 tonnes of Pigmeat valued at €0.29 m.

 

PRODUCTS EXPORTED: Frozen Pigmeat, frozen pig offal.

CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS: We do not have a bilaterally agreed certificate for the export of Pigmeat to the Ivory Coast. That said, the Ivory Coast seems to be one of the countries that accept exports of Pigmeat from Ireland based on the general export health certificate.

The export health certificate covers edible Pigmeat products.

EXPORTER T&C’S: The meat must satisfy the conditions set out in the general export health certificate and must be exported from a DAFM approved premises.

 

INFORMATION: Contact meatmarketaccess@agriculture.gov.ie

 

TRADE:

In 2022 Ireland exported approximately 1,721 tonnes of beef valued at €1.46 m.

In 2021 Ireland exported approximately 1,128 tonnes of beef valued at €0.99 m.

In 2020 Ireland exported approximately 2,234 tonnes of beef valued at €1.51 m.

In 2019 Ireland exported approximately 3,734 tonnes of beef valued at € 2.87 m.

In 2018 Ireland exported approximately 4,834 tonnes of beef valued at €3.59 m.

 

PRODUCTS EXPORTED: Frozen bone-in beef and frozen bovine offal.

CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS: We do not have a bilaterally agreed certificate for the export of beef to Ivory Coast. That said, Ivory Coast seems to be one of the countries that accept exports of beef from Ireland based on the general export health certificate.

The export health certificate covers edible beef products.

EXPORTER T&C’S: The meat must satisfy the conditions set out in the general export health certificate and must be exported from a DAFM approved premises.

 

INFORMATION: Contact meatmarketaccess@agriculture.gov.ie

TRADE:

In 2022 Ireland exported approximately 2 tonnes of Poultrymeat meat valued at €0.01 m

In 2021 Ireland exported approximately 1 tonne of Poultrymeat meat valued at €0.007 m

In 2020 Ireland exported approximately 6 tonnes of Poultrymeat meat valued at €0.03 m

In 2019 Ireland exported approximately 29 tonnes of Poultrymeat meat valued at €0.03 m

2018 Nil exports recorded.

 

PRODUCTS EXPORTED: Mainly frozen poultry cuts and offal (other than liver).

CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS: We do not have a bilaterally agreed certificate for the export of Poultrymeat to the Ivory Coast.  That said, the Ivory Coast seems to be one of the countries that accept exports of Poultrymeat from Ireland based on the open poultrymeat health certificate.

The export health certificate covers edible Poultrymeat products.

EXPORTER T&C’S: The meat must satisfy the conditions set out in the open poultrymeat health certificate and must be exported from a DAFM approved premises. 

 

INFORMATION: Contact meatmarketaccess@agriculture.gov.ie

 

TRADE:

In 2022 Ireland exported approximately 715 tonnes of Sheepmeat valued at €0.69 m

In 2021 Ireland exported approximately 952 tonnes of Sheepmeat valued at €0.90 m

In 2020 Ireland exported approximately 834 tonnes of Sheepmeat valued at €1.04 m

In 2019 Ireland exported approximately 483 tonnes of Sheepmeat valued at €0.83 m

In 2018 Ireland exported approximately 719 tonnes of Sheepmeat valued at €0.68 m

 

PRODUCTS EXPORTED: Edible meat of Ovine animals.

CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS: We do not have a bilaterally agreed certificate for the export of Sheepmeat to Ivory Coast. That said, Ivory Coast seems to be one of the countries that accept exports of Sheepmeat from Ireland based on the general export health certificate.

The export health certificate covers edible Sheepmeat products.

EXPORTER T&C’S:

The meat must be derived from healthy ovine animals which have undergone ante mortem and postmortem examination by an official veterinarian.

 

INFORMATION: Contact meatmarketaccess@agriculture.gov.ie