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EU Pork Sales to China Reaching New Heights

  • 27 Oct 09:23

EU Pork Sales to China Reaching New Heights For the third month in a row, EU pork exports were up on a year earlier in August, increasing by 10 per cent to 142,000 tonnes. This was almost entirely due to the strength of the Chinese market, with shipments more than doubling compared with August 2014. This is the third month in a row when sales of EU pork to China have reached new heights. At 47,900 tonnes, shipments were more than 5,000 tonnes up on the previous record set only a month before. This growth meant that over a third of EU pork exports in August were destined for China. The importance of the Chinese market is emphasised by the fact that shipments to the other major Asian markets, Japan, South Korea,. Read more...

Brazil Pork Sales to Eastern Europe Growing in 2015

  • 23 Sep 12:06

Brazil Pork Sales to Eastern Europe Growing in 2015 Brazilian exports of pork between January and August this year totalled 340,800 tons. The number, according to surveys of the Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA) is 4.4 per cent higher than in the same period of 2014, when 326,500 tons were shipped. With this performance, Brazilian pork exporters obtained revenues of $826.6 million, 16.6 per cent lower than the number recorded in the same comparative period last year. "The accumulated surplus for the year was driven by the strong pace of shipments made in August. The flow must be maintained throughout the second half, confirming the forecast for 2015 ABPA high in volumes shipped," said the chief. Read more...

Cherkizovo Pork Sales Volume Down Following ASF Outbreak

  • 3 Aug 14:37

Cherkizovo Pork Sales Volume Down Following ASF Outbreak Russia’s leading integrated meat and finished feed producer Cherkizovo Group has reported a decline in its pork sales volume following an outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF).The pork division sales volume in the first half of 2015 decreased by nine per cent to 74 379 tonnes of live weight from 81 318 tonnes in the first half of 2014. The decrease was due mostly to the quarantine closure of two finishing facilities after the ASF outbreak in late December 2014. The outbreaks affected two ofCherkizovo's sites. One in theVoronezh region and one in the Orel region. Only a few animals at each site were effected, allowing the company to take control. Read more...