The Second US-China Hog Summit



The recent years has witnessed extensive and effective communication and cooperation between China and America in the area of pig technical extension, construction of fine pig breeding line, modern managerial expertise, research and development, disease prevention and control, pork processing, trade and other areas, which contribute greatly to the healthy development of pig industry in both countries. China and American, being the biggest pork producing countries in the world, are different in consumption and processing. Even though, the two share the same goal, i.e., safeguard food safety in pork area. To meet this goal, both sides should give full play to policy-makers, government officers, entrepreneurs and consumers, who are required to issue policies to guide the industry, monitor and inspect the industry, honor social responsibility commitment, and give public opinion respectively, to create a safety production system tracing from farm to table and guarantee the interests of the wide consumers in an earnest way. To effectively promote the communication between China and America on pig farming and pork safety, seek more types of cooperation among the governments, associations and ordinary people, face the challenges threatening pork security, the organizers decides to hold the second edition of US-China Hog Summit in Beijing, based on the success of the first forum.

Time: Sep. 27, 2013

Venue: Kerry Hotel , Beijing

Organizer: China Animal Agriculture Association, China Meat Association, U.S. Meat Export Federation, U.S. Grains Council, American Soybean Association

Theme: Pig Farming, Policies, Practices and Achievements of Food Safety on Pork


•  The historical evolution of policies, laws and regulations on pig farming and pork safety in China and U.S.

•  Analysis on the economic returns of food safety measures

•  Integrate the various food safety measures: the role and effect of the overseeing unit, industry association, academic arena and consumers

•  Practices made by the pig producing and processing companies on their way to safeguard food safety

Who should attend ??

Entrepreneurs, scholars, policy-makers, consultants on pig producing and processing in both China and U.S., as well as people showing concern to pig safety in both countries.


No conference fee will be charged. The organizer will provide buffet lunch and banquet to the participants. The transport fare and accommodation fare will be on the participants' own expense.

Join us:

Invitation card issued by the Organizer is needed. To get the invitation card, people who might interest in the summit, please email back the registration form to China Swine Industry Association.


•  China Animal Agriculture Association

Add: Room 902, A Building, Times Fortune Center , No. 6 Shuguang Xilijia, Chaoyang District, Beijing , China 100028

P.C.: 100028 Fax: 86-10-58677809

Tel: 86-10-58677700 ext. 170 or 868 86-10-58677827

Contact Persons: Wang Qisheng (86-15001278696) Lu Xiulan (86-13693637591)

E-mail: pig@caaa.cn (CC: gj@caaa.cn )

2. Beijing Office , U.S. Meat Export Federation

Add: Room 0809, Beijing Guangming Hotel, No. 42 Liaomaqiao Road , Chaoyang District, Beijing

P.C.: 10025 Fax: 86-10-84418457

Tel: 86-10-84418456

Contact Person: Liu Jianwen (86-13611208359)

E-mail: jliu@usmef.cn

Application Form for the 2013 U.S.-China Hog Summit

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Please email the form to pig@caaa.cn or fax to 86-10-58677809 before the deadline of Sep. 15, with the email title ??U.S.-China Hog Summit??.

Add:Rm306, 3rd Floor, Sunshine Mansion, No.112, Xizhimenwai Street, Xicheng District, Beijing, P.R.C.

E-mail:caaa@caaa.cn   E-Post Code:100044

Tel:010-88388699    Fax:010-88388300

Record ID:ICP 05023006