World meat industry news

Russian producers learned how to make sausage to lower blood sugar

  • 6 May 09:47

Russian producers learned how to make sausage to lower blood sugar Hypoglycemic herbal preparation “Arfazetin” is added to ordinary boiled sausage. It contributes to the prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes. Also, an infusion of bean leaves is added to the sausage. The expert noted that the product will be in demand among Russians with prediabetes and type 2 diabetes. The total number of such people in Russia is about 5.1 million. Medicinal sausage will reduce import dependence on foreign drugs for the prevention and treatment of diabetes. At the same time, such a sausage will cost about the same as a regular boiled sausage – instead of raw milk, the product of bean processing will be used in. Read more...

Top 15 Countries Whose Economies Depend On Russian Trade

  • 6 May 09:44

Top 15 Countries Whose Economies Depend On Russian Trade Three EU economies face serious exposure, while Central Asia dominates TheStatisticawebsite has produced an excellent graphic illustrating which countries depend most on Russian trade. This is a useful tool for analyzing risk and opportunity – the top three countries for example are all members of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) which includes Russia. Three European Union member states make the list, suggesting their economies may come under serious pressure, while overall there has been a specific shift east – another sign that Russia has long planned for a Eurasian and Asian, rather than Western reliant economy. The list is. Read more...

Ukraine, Russia production critical to restoring global food security

  • 6 May 09:15

Ukraine, Russia production critical to restoring global food security UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Wednesday the problem of global food security could not be solved without restoring Ukrainian agricultural production and Russian food and fertilizer output to the world market,reported Reuters. Ukrainian crisis has added to volatility in financial markets, sending commodity prices higher and affecting logistics, potentially derailing the economic recovery from COVID-19 in many countries including Nigeria. "Our analysis indicates that the Ukrainian crisisis only making things worse, setting in motion a three-dimensional crisis that is devastating global food, energy and financial systems for developing. Read more...

Pork production may increase by 5%

  • 5 May 10:47

Pork production may increase by 5% According to the results of the year, pork production in Russia may increase by 5%. This forecast was announced by the General Director of the National Union of Pig Breeders (NSS) Yuri Kovalev. According to Rosstat, in January-March, the production of pigs for slaughter in all farms increased by 4.3% to 1.3 million tons in live weight. The increase in agricultural organizations amounted to 5.8% to 1.2 million tons. In 2022, the pandemic remains the background, but some of the trends that formed in 2020-2021 are still relevant, Kovalev notes. Among them is increased demand, including for pig products, due to the lack of mass tourism. However, although this demand is higher. Read more...

Russia showed a record growth in the turkey industry

  • 5 May 10:41

Russia showed a record growth in the turkey industry Russia showed a record growth in the turkey industry of almost 20 percent in 2020 and became the 4thin the world’s ranking of the largest producers.Even though the global production of turkey meat has remained relatively stable over the past decade, there are clear structural changes in the industry at the international level, as a recent study by AGRIFOOD Strategies suggests. Analysis of industry data for 2016–2020 showed that most of the traditional turkey producing countries are reducing their output. This is largely due to saturation of domestic demand, growing competition from the broiler sector, restrictions on exports to Muslim markets due. Read more...

Kazakhstan set to double poultry production by 2027

  • 5 May 09:51

Kazakhstan set to double poultry production by 2027 Kazakhstan expects to achieve self-sufficiency in broiler meat by nearly doubling domestic production by 2027, Ruslan Sharipov, head of the Kazakh union of poultry farmers told the local newspaper, Kapital. In 2021, poultry meat production in Kazakhstan totalled 283,000 tonnes, Sharipov said, adding that this figure has grown steadily over recent years, jumping 57% compared to 2017. Domestic consumption stood at 427,000 tonnes in 2021, with 64% of domestic demand being met by Kazakh poultry farms. The rest comes from Russia, Belarus, and the US, Sharipov said. In 2027, Kazakhstan is likely to reach a production level of 600,000 tonnes of broiler meat, thus becoming a. Read more...

Miratorg announce increased poultry production for 2022

  • 4 May 11:47

Miratorg announce increased poultry production for 2022 The Russian Holding aims to reach a production of 178,000 tonnes, 20.3% higher than in 2021. ABH Miratorg aims to reach a total poultry production of 178,000 tonnes in 2022, which is 20.3% higher than in 2021. One hundred percent availability of hatching eggs allows the company not to adjust the production program. Miratorg performed systematic transition to full self-sufficiency in hatching eggs and full parent stock of poultry which allowed to eliminate the dependence of the poultry division on imported genetic material, to reduce biological risks, and increase egg quality indicators. The company invested 339.8 million rubles in a high-tech incubator expansion. Read more...

Russian Economy To Absorb Sanctions And Move Into Growth By 2024-30 Depending Upon Industry

  • 4 May 11:45

Russian Economy To Absorb Sanctions And Move Into Growth By 2024-30 Depending Upon Industry The Russian economy will move back to growth in 2024-25, analysts from Russia’s leading financial institutions have stated in interviews conducted byIzvestia. This compares with analysis given by Western media which tends to play up the Russian economic problems created by sanctions. Interviewed were Daniil Nametkin, head of the Center for Investment Analysis and Macroeconomic Research of the Center for Strategic Research in Russia, Olga Belenkaya, head of the macroeconomic analysis department of FG Finam, Denis Popov, PSB bank’s chief analyst, Nikolai Kondrashov, a researcher at the Development Center Institute at the National Research University. Read more...

The number of cattle in Russia has decreased, but the number of pigs has increased

  • 4 May 11:39

The number of cattle in Russia has decreased, but the number of pigs has increased ‚ÄčAs of April 1, 2022, there were 17.9 million heads of cattle (cattle) in Russia, among them the number of cows was 7.8 million. This is approximately 2.4% and 1% lower, respectively, when compared with the same period last year. Of the 17.9 million cattle kept on Russian farms, the number of cows is 7.8 million heads. The year-on-year decline was 1.7%. The number of goats and sheep also decreased in the country – by 3.8%, to 21.5 million.At the same time, Rosstat records an increase in the number of pigs. The number of birds also increased – by 1%, to 549.1 million birds. Note that during the first nine months of 2021, Russia also saw a decrease in the. Read more...

Russians warned about the risk of reducing the range of sausages

  • 29 Apr 11:36

Russians warned about the risk of reducing the range of sausages The European Union will introduce a ban on the supply of artificial sausage casings made of hardened protein and cellulose materials on July 10, 2022. Due to the ban announced in early April on the supply of shells to Russia, necessary for the production of some sausages and hot dogs, Russian meat processors warn of a possible shortage of these products in 2-3 months. In 2021, the EU accounted for almost 73% of imports of sausage casings, which are a necessary component for the production of sausages, as they give them shape and protect from the environment. The largest suppliers were Spain, Germany, France, Belgium and Poland. Due to the sanctions imposed by. Read more...