RICER soon to open export-specialized new area

RICER soon to open export-specialized new area


As of December 2017, a new area is under construction in RICER Plant. Its focus will be entirely on Export Products, for which its structures, flooring and lighting are being carefully designed and built to meet the highest international standards. As with most of the company’s installations, its new equipment and machinery will be cutting edge, in order to produce value-added products entirely for Exports.

RICER has grown quickly since the establishment of its Slaughterhouse in 2014, for which it obtained the Federal Inspection Type (TIF, for its initials in Spanish) Certification in 2015. It opened its Cutting Room less than a year later, and subsequently received the TIF Certification in 2017, which allowed for the company to begin exports that same year, quickly positioning its products as high quality items with high focus on specifications compliance.

The new area is planned to be 100% functional in September 2018. Its products may currently reach the Japanese market, though the company plans to expand its reach to Korean, Chinese and American markets soon.  

Once again, MexicanPork participated in FOODEX 2018

Once again, MexicanPork participated in FOODEX 2018, the most important food and beverage event in Asia – Pacific



FoodEx Japan is the top food show in Asia-Pacific and the largest exhibition dedicated to food and beverage with over 70,000 visitors from all world, including 10, nearly 3,000 exhibitors from 79 countries showcased their products.

Japan has almost 60% of food dependency from foreign countries, so is essential that MexicanPork and Mexico presents themself in one the best fairs in the world.

The stand of Mexican Pork was located in the Mexican Pavilion promoted by SAGARPA. The Mexican Pavilion was inaugurated by the Ambassador of Mexico in Japan, Carlos Almada López, who was accompanied by Alejandra Acevez Barrera, representative of the Mexican Pork Exportes Association (MPEA); Minister of Counseling in Japan, Héctor Cortés Gómez Rueda; the Minister of ProMéxico for Asia and the Middle East, Claudio Ludlow; and the president of APEAM, Adrián Iturbide, among others.


This edition of Foodex had the participation of 70 Mexican production companies from different states of the Mexican Republic.

During the event, MexicanPork offered a tasting with the support of a Japanese chef.