World meat industry news

CAPEX compensation in the agro-industrial complex to be maintained

  • 10:45

CAPEX compensation in the agro-industrial complex to be maintained The Ministry of Agriculture plans to retain compensation for part of the direct costs incurred for the construction and modernization of agricultural facilities (CAPEX). This was announced by Minister of Agriculture Dmitry Patrushev during the government hour in the Federation Council. He noted that the measure stimulates production volumes precisely in those sub-sectors where it is needed. Patrushev noted that there are different opinions in the government regarding the reimbursement of part of the capital costs, however, this measure has not been in effect for the first year, the amount of funds allocated for the reimbursement of CAPEX is growing. In 2022, about 8. Read more...

Senator proposes ban on meat imports

  • 10:44

Senator proposes ban on meat imports Russia should create an additional state reserve of canned meat and ban meat imports in order to support the industry and remove “surplus” raw materials from the market. This idea was voiced by the senator from the Belgorod region, ex-governor of the region, Yevgeny Savchenko during the government hour in the Federation Council. “What will it give - firstly, we will create a strategic food reserve, which is urgently needed in the current situation. Secondly, the surplus production of poultry and pork, which is about 1 million tons, will find reliable domestic sales under external restrictions,” Savchenko commented on the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčincreasing. Read more...

Russia maintains food self-sufficiency

  • 10:42

Russia maintains food self-sufficiency Russia is reaching the thresholds for key targets of the Food Security Doctrine and maintains food self-sufficiency, despite the fact that some of the planned indicators have not yet been met. Minister of Agriculture Dmitry Patrushev spoke about this during a government hour in the Federation Council. The current production volumes allow us to provide our own market and at the same time remain among the world's largest food exporters, he stressed. “But, of course, all indicators of the doctrine are a strategic goal, towards which we are systematically and consistently moving,” Patrushev added. The head of the agricultural department recalled that ensuring. Read more...

Dmitry Patrushev announced an increase in livestock and poultry production in 2022

  • 10:41

Dmitry Patrushev announced an increase in livestock and poultry production in 2022 In the Russian livestock sector, after a slowdown in 2021, a positive trend is recorded. This was stated by the Minister of Agriculture of Russia Dmitry Patrushev, speaking at the Federation Council on October 4. The minister said that the volume of livestock and poultry production in 2022 will be 16 million tons, and milk - 32 million tons. Patrushev noted that this is more than last year. According to the head of the Ministry of Agriculture, support measures now apply to the construction and modernization of livestock complexes, poultry reproducers, and processing facilities. In addition, the authorities support the purchase of feed and veterinary. Read more...

Russia-European Union Bilateral Trade Increased 30.1% In 7M 2022

  • 10:39

Russia-European Union Bilateral Trade Increased 30.1% In 7M 2022 Russian exports to EU up 69.9% and EU exports to Russia down 33% as sanctions and increased energy costs harm EU exporters Despite sanctions, bilateral trade volumes between Russia and the European Union countries actually increased during the period January-July 2022, according to the EU’s own monitoring department,Eurostat. Trade turnover for the period reached €171.4 billion. Sanctions have had an undeniable impact, but not in the manner the EU had intended. While EU exports to Russia declined 33% during the 7 months of 2022, amounting to just €34.1 billion, EU imports from Russia surged by 69.9% up to €137.3 billion. This means that it. Read more...

Egg prices in Russia in September rose by 2.6%

  • 4 Oct 11:00

Egg prices in Russia in September rose by 2.6% Despite the increase in production, the price of eggs on the Russian market increased by 2.6% in September, ROSNG reports with reference to Rusprodsoyuz. Egg production in Russia increased in the first six months of 2022 to 22.7 billion eggs, which is 2.2% higher than in January-June 2021, according to Rosstat. In total, 45 billion eggs will be produced in Russia in 2022, Veterinary and Life reports, transmitting the forecast of Galina Bobyleva, Director General of the Russian Poultry Union. According to the results of 2021, the volume of eggs in the Russian Federation amounted to 44.9 billion pieces. Hatching egg production continues to increase in Russia,. Read more...

What will happen to the prices of chicken and eggs in Russia

  • 4 Oct 10:58

What will happen to the prices of chicken and eggs in Russia Chicken and eggs in Russia may rise in price again. Such dynamics is explained, among other things, by circumstances of a veterinary nature. Analysts believe that the increase in wholesale prices will not exceed the March figures, while retail chains say that it will not reach the consumer. Russian poultry farms that bought hatching eggs from restricted countries had to look for new suppliers, the Meatinfo portal reported. However, it is expected that there will be no acute shortage of breeding material, some Russian enterprises are fully provided with their eggs, the newspaper notes. Moskovskaya Gazeta tried to understand the issue and found out that the reason for. Read more...

What livestock products have risen in price in the EAEU countries?

  • 4 Oct 10:55

What livestock products have risen in price in the EAEU countries? Livestock producer prices rose in August in all Member States. This is stated in the materials of the Eurasian Economic Commission. The largest increase in prices is observed in Belarus (by 16.1%) and Armenia (by 12.6%). In Armenia, prices for natural honey (by 15.6%) and raw cow's milk (by 14.5%) rose higher than the average for livestock products, in Belarus - for raw cow's milk (by 21.9%). In Kazakhstan, prices for pigs (by 13.3%), raw cow's milk (by 12.4%) and chickens (by 8.9%) increased, in Kyrgyzstan - for pigs (by 12.5%), cattle (by 5.5%) and sheep and goats (by 5.2%), in Russia - for cattle (by 11.3%), raw milk (by 10%) and pigs (by. Read more...

When will the food service industry start to recover?

  • 3 Oct 10:44

When will the food service industry start to recover? By autumn, the number of catering organizations in Russia had reached pre-pandemic levels.In recent months, the number of objects continues to grow slightly.Now there are about 92 thousand restaurants, cafes and bars throughout the country.Those who have gained a flexible experience of rapid changes continue to stay afloat, first of all.However, experts are convinced that in the coming months, restaurateurs will have to simplify not only the range of menus and product matrices, but also business concepts in general. In the coming months of 2022-2023, the Association of Catering Chain Enterprises (ASPP) expects an increase in demand for the development of the restaurant and. Read more...

Agrofoodsharing project launched in Russia

  • 3 Oct 10:43

Agrofoodsharing project launched in Russia Food Bank "Rus" has launched a new direction in foodsharing - agrofoodsharing.The project was supported by nine regions: Moscow, Moscow, Tula, Lipetsk, Vologda, Kostroma, Ryazan, Sverdlovsk and Rostov regions.Its goal is to reduce food losses on farms and provide people in need with access to food.Volunteers of the food bank "Rus" will collect, sort, pack vegetables and fruits that have remained unclaimed by agricultural producers.Families in need who are registered with the food banks of the regions participating in agro-food sharing will receive these products free of charge, the Rus' press service reports. “Foodsharing is a real way to. Read more...