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Find the best US pork distributors in your country. We have points of sale in all the countries of the European Union.

Looking For The Perfect Cut? Here Is Our Guide

We put at your disposal a guide with all the pork cuts, their characteristics and their uses. Always cook the perfect piece for every occasion!

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For Consumers

Discover the advantages of consuming pork and learn everything you need to know about it: from how to cook each piece to recipes that will inspire you.

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For Chefs

The best tips for chefs to get the most out of the US pork they sell in their restaurants.

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For Distributors

Do you want to start selling premium authentic US pork? This is everything you need to know about the American pork industry and pork exporters.


USMEF is the most vertically integrated trade association in the meat and livestock industry. USMEF represents beef/veal producers and feeders, pork producers and feeders, lamb producers and feeders, packers and processors, purveyors and traders, oilseeds producers, feed grains producers, farm organizations and supply and service organizations.

The mission of USMEF is “to increase the value and profitability of the U.S. beef, pork, and lamb industries by enhancing demand for their products in export markets through a dynamic partnership of all stakeholders.” Simply put, USMEF is “putting U.S. meat on the world’s table.”

Headquartered in Denver, USMEF has offices in Seoul, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Shenyang, Singapore, Taipei, Mexico City, and Monterrey. USMEF also has special market representatives covering South America, South China, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the Caribbean.

USMEF carries out market development activities in more than 80 countries. These activities fall into several primary areas:

  • Marketing: Creating demand in international markets for U.S. meat through promotions, trade seminars, consumer education, advertising and public relations.
  • Trade Servicing: Working to bring buyer and seller together and by conducting both market and product research.
  • Market Access: Providing the U.S. government and industry with the market intelligence necessary to secure, maintain and develop fair and reasonable access to international markets.

USMEF is funded from a variety of sources, including membership dues, private contributions and beef, pork, lamb, corn, sorghum and soybean checkoff programs. In addition, as a cooperator with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, USMEF also receives funds through the Market Access, Emerging Market and Foreign Market Development programs.

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