U.S. beef and pork dishes were featured during cooking demonstrations, product samplings and in appealing meat case displays.

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USMEF ASEAN Director Sabrina Yin conducted a live butchery demonstration of U.S. pork loin rack and U.S. beef chuck roll during a special breakout session.USMEF

The return of a leading food show in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations was an excellent opportunity for the U.S. red meat industry to demonstrate its commitment to serving the region. The fifth edition of Specialty and Fine Food Asia saw 7,300 attendees from 47 countries in Singapore.

U.S. beef and pork dishes were featured during cooking demonstrations, product samplings and in appealing meat case displays. Funding support was provided by the Beef Checkoff Program, the National Pork Board and the corn and soybean checkoffs.

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"The show had been canceled the past two years so there were many new buyers looking for new products and new ideas," said Sabrina Yin, U.S. Meat Export Federation ASEAN director.

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