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Kazakhstan prepares ban for livestock exports

  • 21 Jan 10:05

Kazakhstan prepares ban for livestock exports The measure aims to stabilize the domestic meat market due to a 16% rise in prices. Kazakhstan intends to ban livestock exports following a surge in meat prices in the domestic market, informs Reuters. The ban will stay in place until April but it could be extended, according to the Agriculture Ministry. Kazakh beef and cattle exports have doubled last year due to higher demand for animal protein in neighbouring countries such as China and Uzbekistan. That led to a jump of 16% in beef prices in the domestic market. According to official sources, livestock exports are seen as the main reason for creating "the basis for a speculative increase in the. Read more...

Russian Plant-Based Startup Takes Aim at Beyond Meat

  • 9 Jan 11:48

Russian Plant-Based Startup Takes Aim at Beyond Meat A Russian startup backed by an international food awareness organization plans to surpass Beyond Meat and conquer Europe’s plant-based meat market, the Meduza news websitereportedTuesday. The Berlin-based Proveg International investorsingles outRussia’s Greenwise startup for selling its plant-based strips and jerky in 2,000 stores across Russia. ForbesnamedGreenwise among the incubator’s five promising meat alternative startups. Greenwiseboastson its website that the green technology used to process vegetable proteins at its production plant southwest of Moscow “gives our meat alternatives [the] chewiness and texture of real. Read more...

Competition in the EAEU meat market will escalate

  • 30 Aug 09:49

Competition in the EAEU meat market will escalate The EAEU promised to saturate the pork and poultry markets. This may aggravate competition between the countries of the union. In 2020, the Eurasian Economic Union should reach full self-sufficiency in pork and poultry meat. This was announced in mid-August by a member of the Board for Industry and Agriculture of the EAEU, Alexander Subbotin. The saturation of the EAEU market will inevitably lead to increased competition within the alliance. Today, its member countries account for more than 90% of Belarusian exports of meat and meat products, with over 80% of such products being supplied to Russia. The main meat producers in the EAEU are Belarus and the. Read more...

The Russian meat market is based on pork and poultry

  • 21 Aug 10:25

The Russian meat market is based on pork and poultry The Russian meat market is based on pork and poultry. Let’s see, how these two segments are developing at the moment and what factors have an impact on their development. Pork Production According to the Department of Animal Husbandry and Breeding of the Industrial Pig and Poultry Production Department of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation, in the first three quarters of the last year, pork production in Russia increased by 4.8%, and the increase was recorded virtually in all federal districts with appropriate conditions for pig production development. According to the report published by experts of the Department of Animal Husbandry and. Read more...

US to lose its stake in the Japanese meat market unless it secures a trade deal

  • 5 Mar 10:45

US to lose its stake in the Japanese meat market unless it secures a trade deal USMEF Economist Erin Borror considers Japan to be the leading value destination for both US beef and US pork, but the situation will change unless the United States secure a preferential trade agreement with the Asian country. Erin Borror, economist at the US Meat Export Federation said during the February 22 panel discussion at the USDA Agricultural Outlook Forum in Arlington, Virginia, that, for 2018, US beef and pork exports to Japan are expected to reach $2.1 billion and $1.65 billion, respectively, when year-end data is available. Borror warned that the competitive terrain in Japan has gotten steeper for U.S. red meat due to Japan’s preferential. Read more...

Experts told about the dynamics of meat prices in 2019

  • 25 Feb 10:47

Experts told about the dynamics of meat prices in 2019 The Ministry of Agriculture of Russia promises to reduce prices for poultry meat this year due to the restoration of production at some enterprises. The department said that prices have already begun to change and have fallen by 4.2% since the beginning of the year, reports moneytimes.ru. The consumer price index published by Rosstat indicates that pork prices have also decreased. So, from January 21 to February 4, average pork price fell by 0.6%. Director General of the National Union of Pig Producers Yuri Kovalev noted, that this year the decline in prices of pork will continue. First of all, this will be affected by the growth of production and internal. Read more...

Chicken prices rose sharply due to a shortage of meat

  • 16 Nov 10:50

Chicken prices rose sharply due to a shortage of meat Anna Kudryakova, expert of the meat market of the Institute for Agricultural Market Studies, especially for Rossiyskaya Gazeta: - Now we have entered a very difficult period, an unstable situation has developed on the market. Prices of chickens in the wholesale grow, and it is difficult to explain this only by increasing of feed costs. Costs are rising for all meat producers, but prices of pork, for example, are falling. Chicken meat becomes more expensive due to a temporary deficit. Hot summer led to a general decrease in the number of chickens in farms and a decrease in poultry weight. In addition, the largest enterprises coincidentally slightly reduced production.. Read more...

Global consumption of meat and fish to increase by 15% between 2018-2027

  • 12 Jul 10:49

Global consumption of meat and fish to increase by 15% between 2018-2027 The total consumption of meat and fish at a global level is expected to increase by 15% between 2018 and 2027, while meat and fish consumption at a per capita level is to rise by only 3% in the mentioned period, according to a new report launched by the OECD and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). The report says that there is expected to be stark variations across region regarding meat and fish consumption. Sub-Saharan Africa is forecasted to be the region with the strongest growth in total consumption due to a rise in the number of inhabitants, here per capita consumption is expected to decline by 3%. On the other hand, the report underlines the fact. Read more...

The global market for meat, poultry and seafood will worth $7,3 trillion in 2025

  • 29 May 12:07

The global market for meat, poultry and seafood will 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...

Strong Exports Support EU Market

  • 30 May 08:01

Strong Exports Support EU Market EU exports of all pig meat products were up by more than a quarter in the first three months of 2016, compared with a year earlier, according to latest figures from the EU Commission. All the main categories of export were higher, on the back of strong demand from Asian markets, in particular. Fresh/frozen pork exports to China more than doubled, while sales to Hong Kong and the Philippines were both up by a third. Japan and the United States both took around 20 per cent more EU pork than in the same period last year. South Korea was the only major market to take significantly less product this year. Offal sales to the Asian markets were similarly strong.. Read more...