Brazil's JBS says China lifted pandemic-related bans on two meat plants - statement

SAO PAULO, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Brazil-based meatpacker JBS SA said China has lifted bans on two meat plants imposed in 2020 over coronavirus concerns, according to a statement on Wednesday. The plants which had the bans lifted are located in Três Passos, a pork facility in Rio Grande do Sul, and in Passo Fundo, where JBS produces chicken in the same state. The company said it has a total of 25 plants authorized to sell meat products to China in Brazil. (Reporting by Ana Mano)

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