World meat industry news

The Ministry of Agriculture expects food inflation in the Russian Federation at the end of 2022 at the level of 12-13%

  • 10:36

The Ministry of Agriculture expects food inflation in the Russian Federation at the end of 2022 at the level of 12-13% The size of food inflation in Russia by the end of 2022 may reach 12-13%, which is a good, stable indicator. This was announced by First Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation Oksana Lut during an expanded meeting of the State Duma Committee on Agrarian Issues. “We have a reduction in prices for a large number of raw materials and products compared to the price jump that was last year. Do you remember that our food inflation was above 18%? Now, due to production volumes, prices for a number of products and a number of raw materials are declining, Accordingly, we expect inflation in the corridor from 12 to 13% at the end of the year, which is. Read more...

The Ministry of Agriculture announced that Russia will fulfill food safety indicators for grain, butter and meat

  • 10:35

The Ministry of Agriculture announced that Russia will fulfill food safety indicators for grain, butter and meat In 2022, Russia will fulfill the indicators of the Food Security Doctrine for grain, butter, sugar, meat, and is moving towards achieving indicators for vegetables. This was announced by First Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation Oksana Lut during an expanded meeting of the State Duma Committee on Agrarian Issues. “We will fulfill grain, butter, sugar, meat and meat products according to the Food Safety Doctrine - there will be about 16 million tons of them. We will have a 2% growth compared to 2021. There will also be fulfillment for fish, for potatoes we hope that if we collect 7 million tons, we will exceed the level of food security. Last. Read more...

Food production in Russia in January - August

  • 10:34

Food production in Russia in January - August Meat production in Russia in January-August 2022 increased by 7.1% compared to the same period in 2021 and amounted to 2.2 million tons. This is stated in the materials of Rosstat. "Meat of cattle, pork, lamb, goat meat, horse meat and other animals in August 2022 produced 281.7 thousand tons, which is more than in August 2021 and July 2022, by 6.7% and by 1 1% respectively. Production for the eight months of 2022 increased by 7.1% compared to January-August 2021, amounting to 2.2 million tons," the ministry said. According to Rosstat, the production of steam, chilled or chilled pork in August amounted to 257.7 thousand tons, which is 8.7% more than in August. Read more...

Restrictions on the import of cattle and meat from Brazil into Russia have been lifted

  • 10:24

Restrictions on the import of cattle and meat from Brazil into Russia have been lifted Russia has lifted restrictions on the import of cattle and meat from Brazil into the country. This is due to the improvement of the epizootic situation for bovine spongiform encephalopathy. According to the Rosselkhoznadzor in the Sverdlovsk region, from September 21, the previously introduced temporary restrictions on exports to Russia from the Brazilian administrative territories of the states of Mato Grosso and Minas Gerais of the following products were canceled: - live cattle; blood and blood-containing products of cattle; beef on the bone; beef offal; intestinal raw materials obtained from cattle, with the exception of peeled casings; beef obtained. Read more...

Dmitry Patrushev: Russia will produce more milk, livestock and poultry in 2022

  • 28 Sep 10:11

Dmitry Patrushev: Russia will produce more milk, livestock and poultry in 2022 Russia in 2022 will produce more milk compared to 2021, as well as increase the production of livestock and poultry, said the head of the Ministry of Agriculture Dmitry Patrushev at a meeting with President Vladimir Putin on the progress of seasonal field work. "In animal husbandry, we predict an increase in indicators at the end of the year. Thus, for eight months, the production of livestock and poultry amounted to 8.5 million tons, which is 440 thousand tons more than in the same period in 2021. The forecast for production at the end of the year is 16 million tons" Patrushev said. "Milk production in eight months reached 12.7 million tons, which is. Read more...

The potential of world meat exports was estimated at another 40 million tons

  • 28 Sep 10:10

The potential of world meat exports was estimated at another 40 million tons The world meat market over the next 10 years will grow by another 40 million tons, and by 2050 - by 80 million tons. These figures were given by the head of the National Meat Association Sergey Yushin, speaking at a press conference "Russian agro-export in the new reality: global challenges." “If new markets are opened with the support measures, with the expertise that we have, and with the potential that has not yet been used, we could significantly increase domestic production by at least another 5 million tons, and take from some part of this 40 million pie,” Sergey Yushin noted. At the end of last year, Russian producers supplied a record 1.2. Read more...

Indicators of the agro-industrial complex allow us to provide the Russian market and develop exports

  • 28 Sep 10:09

Indicators of the agro-industrial complex allow us to provide the Russian market and develop exports The production indicators of the agro-industrial complex make it possible to fulfill the Food Security Doctrine, provide for the Russian market and develop exports. This was announced by Russian Minister of Agriculture Dmitry Patrushev during a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. "Current production indicators make it possible to fully implement the Doctrine of Food Security, that is, to provide for the domestic market and continue to develop exports," Patrushev said. The minister said that the main categories of production of the food and processing industries are growing. Thus, for the eight months of 2022, the production of livestock and poultry. Read more...

EEU to issue common rules for organic production

  • 27 Sep 10:40

EEU to issue common rules for organic production The member states of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), which currently comprises Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan, are going to harmonize rules on organic production. This implies an international agreement to be signed, as said by Armen Harutyunyan, Director of the Industrial Policy Department of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), in an interview with Veterinary and Life at the site of the Global Fishery Forum, held in St. Petersburg on September 21-23. “The international agreement has been prepared to harmonize the rules for organic production in EEU states,” Armen Harutyunyan said. He explained, that this agreement provides. Read more...

Financing of the Russian agro-industrial complex in 2023 may grow by 32.6 billion rubles

  • 27 Sep 10:39

Financing of the Russian agro-industrial complex in 2023 may grow by 32.6 billion rubles Financing of the state program for the development of agriculture in Russia in 2023 may amount to 337.354 billion rubles, which is 32.6176 billion rubles more than was provided for by the previously approved budget parameters, according to an explanatory note to the draft budget, which Interfax has read. In 2024, funding is provided in the amount of 332.1492 billion rubles (by 5.2117 billion rubles more), in 2025 - 240.1581 billion rubles (by 87.055 billion rubles less compared to the expenditure indicators set by the budget forecast). The increase in funding is mainly due to the income of the budget from payments from export duties on grain, follows. Read more...

The number of dairy cattle in Russia may be reduced by 3.5%

  • 27 Sep 10:38

The number of dairy cattle in Russia may be reduced by 3.5% Next year, against the backdrop of sanctions against Russia, the number of dairy cattle may be reduced by about 3.5% due to declining profitability in the industry.According to The DairyNews, this was stated by independent economist Anton Lubich, speaking at the On-Line-conference “Weather Forecast”, organized by The DairyNews and the Dairy Market Research Center (DIA). According to his estimates, the volume of dairy production in 2023 may decrease by 5-7%.At the same time, beef cattle breeding will suffer even more noticeably.Here, the reduction in livestock can reach 10-15% due to a decrease in profitability in the industry, the expert predicts.At the. Read more...