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Russia to export dairy products and beef to Algeria

  • 3 Jun 13:56

Russia to export dairy products and beef to Algeria According to the Rosselkhoznadzor, veterinary certificates for these products were "fundamentally agreed" during negotiations with representatives of the Algerian Veterinary Service, which took place during the 87th General Session of the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) in Paris Representatives of the Rosselkhoznadzor handed over two copies of signed veterinary certificates to their Algerian colleagues. Deliveries of dairy and meat products to Algeria can begin immediately after the Rosselkhoznadzor receives and places on its website the veterinary certificates signed by the Algerian side. Import of products is allowed only to those enterprises. Read more...

Meat production in Russia increased by 17% in 5 years

  • 23 May 09:31

Meat production in Russia increased by 17% in 5 years According to the “Analysis of the meat industry in Russia” prepared by BusinesStat, in 2014-2018, meat production in the country increased by 17.3% and in 2018 amounted to 10.64 million tons. An increase in output was noted annually. The largest shares in the Russian meat production are poultry and pork. Note that in 2014-2018, these shares increased: poultry from 45.9% to 46.7%, pork from 32.8% to 34.9%. Over the same period, the share of beef in total meat production fell from 18.2% to 15.5%, and other meat from 3.1% to 2.9%. In 2014-2018, pork production grew at the highest rates in Russia: over 5 years, the increase was 24.9%, which was largely. Read more...

Russian pork and beef opens the Hong Kong market

  • 20 May 09:22

Russian pork and beef opens the Hong Kong market Rosselkhoznadzor received an official letter from the Hong Kong competent authority on food safety issues (Center for Food Safety, Food and Environmental Hygiene Department), containing a decision on the possibility of starting deliveries of pork, beef, and pork and beef by-products from Russia to Hong Kong. This was preceded by the perennial (over 4 years) work of the Rosselkhoznadzor with colleagues from Hong Kong, which included numerous negotiations, the preparation of extensive multipage materials on the veterinary surveillance system in Russia at all stages of animal production, the organization of inspection by representatives of the Hong Kong and competent. Read more...

Miratorg increases its production of high-quality beef

  • 14 Jan 08:51

Miratorg increases its production of high-quality beef Russia meat producer Miratorg has increased its production of high-quality beef by 32% to 108 thousand tons in live weight in 2018 compared to the previous year. The company operated 94 farms in Bryansk, Kaluga, Oryol, Smolensk, Tula and Kaliningrad regions with a total herd of over 600 thousand animals, two feedlots and a high-tech slaughtering and processing plant with the capacity of 150 thousand tons of products per year. “We see that HoReCa and retail chains need the high-quality beef more than ever. Thus, we focused on the further increase in production, expansion of the product range while keeping quality standards uncompromised. According to the business. Read more...

The availability of pork is almost 100%, the poultry is expected to roll back

  • 10 Dec 11:16

The availability of pork is almost 100%, the poultry is expected to roll back In 2018, Russian meat production continued to increase. By the end of 2018 the increase may be 3-3.5%, or up to 350 thousand tons in slaughter weight. In the first nine months of 2018, the total meat production increased by 4.6% compared to the same period last year. Growth was also observed in poultry (+ 1.4%), in pork (+ 9.9%), and in beef (+ 6.9%), said Anna Kudryakova, leading expert of the Institute for Agricultural Market Studies (ICAR). According to the Director General of the National Union of Pig Producers (NSS) Yuri Kovalev, in the outgoing year the output of all types of meat will add 3-3.5%, or 350 thousand tons in slaughter weight. About 10.6 million tons. Read more...

Cherkizovo Group Announces Financial Results for the third quarter and 9 months of 2018

  • 16 Nov 08:42

Cherkizovo Group Announces Financial Results for the third quarter and 9 months of 2018 PJSC Cherkizovo Group (MOEX: GCHE), the largest vertically integrated meat producer in Russia, today announces its unaudited consolidated IFRS results for the period ending September 30, 2018. Third quarter financial highlights Revenue increased by 10.7% year-on-year (y-o-y) to RUB 25.2 billion. Net change in fair value of biological assets amounted to negative RUB 1.4 billion in 3Q18, compared to negative RUB 1.0 billion in 3Q17. Revaluation of harvested crops in stock totalled RUB 0.8 billion from RUB 0.1 billion in 3Q17. Gross profit improved by 29.9% y-o-y to RUB 6.4 billion. Adjusted EBITDA* up by 65.4% y-o-y to RUB 6.0 billion. Adjusted EBITDA. Read more...

Kazakhstan meat consumption slow down due to higher prices

  • 24 Sep 09:48

Kazakhstan meat consumption slow down due to higher prices Kazakhstan's meat consumption in the second quarter of this year has registered a decrease due to a rise in prices, reportsTrendnews agency. Consumption of meat products in cities decreased by 2% compared to 1Q and in rural areas by 8%. Horse meat has increased its average price by 1.7% per month, reaching $4.7 in the summer months. The horse meat price is up by 9.3% compared to the same period of 2017. Chichen meat has also marked an increase of 1.1% per month, followed by beef, mutton, and pork by 0.2-0.3% (6-8% per year). Meat consumption per capita is now down by 4.1% compared to the first quarter of 2018, reaching 18.7 kilograms. Rural area households have. Read more...

Belarus increased its beef exports by 17.5%

  • 20 Sep 09:25

Belarus increased its beef exports by 17.5% Belarus has exported fresh and chilled beef in the amount of 63.19 thousand tons worth $233.48 million dollars in the first seven months of this year. In volume, Belarusian beef exports increased in volume by 17.5% compared to the corresponding period from 2017 and by 19.8% in terms of value, as reported by Meatinfo.ru. In July, Belarus exported more than 8.2 thousand tons, a level slightly lower than the one reported in the previous month. Russia stands out as the largest importer of Belarusian beef. Shipments to this market accounted for 96% of Belarus' total beef exports or 60.7 thousand tons. The beef volume supplied to Russia grew by 15.6% in the first. Read more...

Profit losses for beef project

  • 27 Aug 11:11

Profit losses for beef project Miratorg’s beef facility, located in the European region of Russia, has suffered a huge net loss in 2017, despite significant growth in production and revenue. Analysis company Spark has reported that Bryansk Meat Company – the Miratorg subsidiary that manages its beef clusters – saw a net loss of $40 mill. last year, compared with an $160 mill. net profit in 2016. Revenue for the company reached $248 mill. in 2017, compared to $211 mill. the previous year, primarily due to an increase in production volumes to 82,000 t from 51,600 t in 2016. The Russian analysts have ascribed the company's profit loss to a number of factors, including shrinking. Read more...

Belarus aims to reach $100 million ceiling in agricultural exports to China

  • 1 Aug 10:08

Belarus aims to reach $100 million ceiling in agricultural exports to China Beef and poultry are the products that can make a difference for Belarusian exporters of agricultural goods. Belarus aims to increase its presence in the Chinese market with the help of dairy, red meat and poultry products. In fact, the country's Deputy Prime Minister Mikhail Rusy hopes that exports will reach the ceiling of $100 million this year, informsBeltanews agency. That will be almost a 6 fold increase in value, considering the fact that agricultural exports to China in 2017 accounted for $17 million. "Last year we exported $17 million worth of agricultural products to China. We believe that this is not enough as the market is very big. We aim for. Read more...