World meat industry news

Botswana manufacturers aim to increase beef volumes to Russia

  • 7 Jun 10:29

Botswana manufacturers aim to increase beef volumes to Russia Botswana manufacturers aim to increase. Read more...

Russian program targets tenfold increase in rabbit meat production

  • 7 Jun 10:28

Russian program targets tenfold increase. Read more...

Russia wants to export meat to South Korea

  • 6 Jun 10:57

Russia wants to export meat to South Korea Russian agricultural watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor has announced that Russian officials will discuss with their South Korean counterparts about the possibilities of supplying beef and poultry to the Asian state, according to Rns.online. A representative of South Korea's Embassy in Russia, Soon Voeok Kwon, said that the Korean Veterinary Service has begun to conduct an analysis regarding the risks of importing beef and poultry meat from the Russian Federation. The Korean officials will present their preliminary results during the next official meeting with the Russian authorities, which will be held on. Read more...

Chicken production growth in Russia exceeds demand growth for chicken meat

  • 5 Jun 11:16

Chicken production growth in Russia exceeds demand growth for chicken meat Prices for chicken meat have decreased slightly by 0.2 percent during April 2018, and decreased by 5.6 percent as compared to the same period of last year. According to the Information-Analytical Agency EMEAT, imported chicken meat in Russia fell in price by 0.9 percent in April 2018, and became cheaper by 3.9 percent during a year. Purchasing and consumer prices for chicken meat began to decrease at the end of 2016 due to the active production growth and, consequently, the saturation of the Russian market. According to EMEAT, poultry production volume in Russia amounted to 1,192.100 tons in slaughter weight (1,622.0 tons in live weight) for the period from January. Read more...

Optimism and innovations at Pig & Poultry Fair

  • 5 Jun 11:14

Optimism and innovations at Pig & Poultry Fair UK producers have enjoyed decent returns of late and visitors’ smiles reflected this. The mood of optimism was mirrored by positive comments from exhibitors during the 2018 edition of the Pig & Poultry Fair, held in Stoneleigh Park, UK, 9-10 May, 2018. The United Kingdom leaving the European Union (also known as Brexit) was of key concern to producers and it was very interesting to note that in a seminar on the topic (standing room only) attended by 100 producers only one was pessimistic about the UK leaving the EU. There were many new products on display – more than 50 new concepts made up the New Product Innovation Trail. A camera above. Read more...

Cherkizovo joins forces with the Russian authorities to open new markets

  • 4 Jun 09:35

Cherkizovo joins forces with the Russian authorities to open new markets Russia's biggest poultry producer will receive support from the Russian Ministry of Economic Development to extend its exports to new foreign markets. Sergey Mikhailov, CEO of the Cherkizovo, and Alexei Gruzdev, Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, held a business meeting, during which they discussed measures to support the foreign economic activities of agro-industrial companies. "The export of agricultural products, including poultry and pork, is one of the key drivers for the development of the Russian agribusiness sector," said Sergei Mikhailov. He added that the company already delivers products to the CIS. Read more...

Ukraine exported 809 tons of pork between January and April 2018

  • 1 Jun 10:40

Ukraine exported 809 tons of pork between January and April 2018 Ukraine reported pork exports of 809 tons worth $1.88 million in the first four months of 2018, Latifundist reports. Based on the data presented by the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine, the main importers of Ukrainian pork in the mentioned period are Hong Kong ($1,071,000), Georgia ($355,000) and Vietnam ($354,000). Exports to these countries amounted to 641.62 tons, 152.98 tons and 152.58 tons of pork, respectively. In the same period, Ukraine's pork imports increase 4.6-fold to 3.31 tons with of. Read more...

Ingushetia plans to export poultry to Qatar

  • 1 Jun 10:39

Ingushetia plans to export poultry to Qatar Authorities of Ingushetia want to export poultry products from the Yuzhny complex to Qatar and several other Arab countries, according to the latest statement made by the head of the republic Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, as reported by the Russian news agency Tass. "Proposals regarding poultry shipments have been prepared for the Qatari delegation and for Saudi Arabia and the Arab Emirates," the head of the republic told Tass. Mr. Yevkurov also stated that a delegation from Qatar will arrive in Ingushetia at the end of June to work on joint projects. The Yuzhny Poultry Complex is expected to launch its operation by the end of 2019. The poultry complex will. Read more...

OIE presents global cattle disease update

  • 31 May 11:55

OIE presents global cattle disease update The cattle disease peste des petits ruminants is not yet under control and lumpy skin disease keeps spreading. This is according to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE). The situation of global animal health was presented in Paris last week during the 86thOIE General Session. The disease data is based on the reports submitted to the OIE by Member as well as non-member Countries between 1 January 2017 and 6 May 2018. Particular attention was paid to specific diseases subject to global control or eradication efforts, or diseases of major interest, including: the global epizootic of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in birds, rabies, African swine fever. Read more...

Global market for meat, poultry and seafood will be worth $7.3 trillion in 2025

  • 31 May 11:54

Global market for meat, poultry and seafood will be worth $7.3 trillion in 2025 Poultry is expected to emerge as the fastest growing segment in markets such as the US and Europe. A new report from Grand View Research predicts that the global market for poultry, meat and seafood is to reach $7.3 trillion in 2025 as the world population is expected to be at 8.1 billion inhabitants. Poultry will be the fastest growing product segment in markets such as the US, Europe or India, according to the analysts, quoted byPR News Wire. In the US market, for example, a survey conducted by the National Chicken Council in June 2017 showed over 84% of consumers had eaten chicken purchased from a supermarket within the previous two weeks, and 67% had consumed chicken. Read more...