Work in partnership with the public sector to open and maintain markets and to facilitate trade

Chile is an open economy with 26 current free trade agreements that enable our products to enter markets accounting for 90% of global GDP at preferential tariffs.
One of the competitive advantages of Chile's meat industry is our access to mechanisms that facilitate shipments: Electronic zoosanitary certification (China and Russia) and the Single Window (Integrated Foreign Trade System or SICEX) for checking import and export operations.

Position Chilean pork in Asia through the ChilePork brand

ChilePork is an industry-wide brand that for over 10 years has been representing Chile’s pork exporters around the world. It is part of a promotion program focused mainly on Asian markets, which represent more than 70% of Chilean pork shipments.

Provide a safe, quality product to consumers around the world

21 public and/or private programs from the “farm to the dinner table” have ensured that Chilean white meats have a good reputation around the world.
These programs include the prevention and control of pathogens, antibiotic residues and other elements throughout the production chain.

Protect Chile's zoosanitary status, a condition that is recognized internationally

Together with the public sector, led by Chile’s Agriculture and Livestock Service (SAG), which reports to the Agriculture Ministry (MINAGRI), the industry implements oversight programs to prevent and/or eradicate diseases in Chile, and to ensure it complies with the sanitary requirements of the export markets for Chilean white meats.

Promote an industry committed to the environment and its surroundings

The implementation of continuous improvements in environmental management and the creation of shared value with neighboring communities are among the principal objectives of the sustainability strategy of ChileCarne’s member companies. This reflects their concern about caring for the environment, their workers and community relations.

Take care of the health and wellbeing of our animals

Complying with good practice for ensuring animal wellbeing and competitiveness in international markets is of key importance to the industry. To that end, meat producing companies train their workers to comply with and apply programs covering the actions from loading animals through to the abattoir. In this way, they avoid causing unnecessary suffering and meet international requirements and specifications.