World meat industry news

Meat production in Belgorod regionncreased by 4.7%

  • 18 Oct 11:07

Meat production in Belgorod regionncreased by 4.7% In January-September 2017, farmers of the Belgorod region produced 1 million 244.4 thousand tons of meat, which is 5% more than for the same period last year, Belgorodstat reports. Pork production increased by 3.5% to 600 thousand tons , poultry meat - 628.7 thousand tons (an increase of 6.7%). Milk production during the reporting period increased by 14.2% - up to 335.4 thousand tons, eggs - by 5.8%, up to 1. Read more...

Penza region increased meat production by 23.4%

  • 18 Oct 11:05

Penza region increased meat production by 23.4% In the Penza region, according to January-September data, 276.8 thousand tons of cattle and poultry were slaughtered in live weight, which is 22.3% more than in the same period last year. According to Penzastat, in agribusiness organizations, meat production increased by 50.6 thousand tons (by 24.3%), in farms and private enterprises - by 0.3 thousand tons (by 16.4%), in households decreased by 0.5 thousand tons (2.9%). Milk production on farms of all categories. Read more...

Meat production increased by 7.7%

  • 17 Oct 11:03

Meat production increased by 7.7% In January-September 2019, meat production, including offal, increased in Russia by 7.7% in annual terms and amounted to 2 million tons, the Federal State Statistics Service (Rosstat) reports. Poultry meat production decreased by 3.1% to 3.5 million tons. Over three quarters, 2.6 million tons of sausages were produced - the same amount as a year earlier. Crude sunflower oil production grew by 20% to 3.7 million tons.The production of fish and fish products grew by 0.6% to 3.2 million tons.Cheese production increased by 8.8%. Read more...

African swine fever quarantine in Kursk region cancelled

  • 17 Oct 11:01

African swine fever quarantine in Kursk region cancelled Yesterday, the governor of the Kursk region, Roman Starovoit, signed a decree lifting quarantine for African Swine Fever (ASF), introduced in the third decade of August after an outbreak of a viral disease at the Belyaevsky pig breeding complex of the AgroPromkomplektatsiya group of companies. On August 21, 2019, AgroPromkomplektatsiya GC officially announced the ASF focus at Belyaevsky ICS in the village of Malakhovo, Kursk Region. As a result, three regions entered the quarantine zone: Konyshevsky, Dmitrievsky and Khomutovsky. 3,000 pigs were destroyed on the farms of the Belyaevsky pig complex The damage is estimated at 60 million rubles. Pigs in private and. Read more...

Value of Russian Brands Grows 16% in 2019

  • 16 Oct 11:24

Value of Russian Brands Grows 16% in 2019 Russia has moved four places up to 14th position in the latestNation Brands2019 ranking by UK-based business valuation consultancyBrand Finance, bne Intellinewsreports. According to the ranking, Russia’s brands grew a solid 16% growth in value to $960 billion this year, the report said. Developing economies have seen 30 times faster nation brand value growth over the past year than developed ones, says the report by Brand Finance, the world’s leading independent brand valuation consultancy. The average year-on-year nation brand value growth among the developing economies stands at 13.9%, compared to as little as 0.4% for the developed economies included in. Read more...

CHERKIZOVO GROUP SHARES INSIGHTS INTO GLOBAL MEAT MARKET TRENDS

  • 16 Oct 11:22

CHERKIZOVO GROUP SHARES INSIGHTS INTO GLOBAL MEAT MARKET TRENDS Cherkizovo Group (Petelinka and Pava-Pava brands), Russia’s largest meat producer, took part in a meeting of executives heading Russian meat processing companies. AndreyDalnov, the Company's ChiefAnalyst, spoke about global factors that are most likely to affect Russian meat producers in the coming years. Cherkizovo Group’s ChiefAnalyst AndreyDalnov spoke at the 6thAll-Russian Convention of Owners and Executives of Meat Processing Enterprises, which was held on October10 as part of Agroprodmash2019, an exhibition hosted by Expocenter. Global environment in the next tenyears is going to be favorable for all meat producers, he said, citing outlooks by the. Read more...

Saudi's SALIC, Russian fund to team up on agricultural projects

  • 16 Oct 11:20

Saudi's SALIC, Russian fund to team up on agricultural projects Russian sovereign wealth fund RDIF and Saudi Arabia’s SALIC will sign an agreement on Monday to team up in searching for investment projects in the Russian agricultural sector, a source involved in the agreement told Reuters. President Vladimir Putin visits Riyadh on Monday for the first time in over a decade, seeking to capitalize on growing influence borne of military advances in Syria, strong ties with regional rivals and cooperation on energy policy. SALIC - Saudi Agricultural and Livestock Investment Co - and RDIF will jointly search for investment projects in the Russian agricultural and livestock industries, the source said. RDIF declined to comment.. Read more...

Extension of economic cooperation in CIS requires cutting trade barriers — Kazakh leader

  • 14 Oct 09:36

Extension of economic cooperation in CIS requires cutting trade barriers — Kazakh leader The president of Kazakhstan singled out a number of promising areas for joint work, including digital technologies, e-commerce, free trade in services and tourism Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev has stated that it is necessary to cut trade barriers to boost multilateral economic cooperation within the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), the Kazakh president’s press service reported following Tokayev’s speech at a session of the Council of the CIS Heads of State in Ashgabat on Friday. Tokayev named the development of trade and economic collaboration as one of the CIS’ priorities. "The creation of the CIS free trade. Read more...

EU poultry sector: Trade and Brexit challenges in 2019

  • 14 Oct 09:35

EU poultry sector: Trade and Brexit challenges in 2019 AVEC criticised new access to European markets for third countries at its annual conference and warned of potential disruption caused by Brexit. The organisation, which represents poultry production in the European Union, criticised new tariff-free quotas from Ukraine and Brazil. EU poultry sector sacrificed Its president, Paul Lopez, said the 180,000t additional quota granted to Mercosur countries in a recently agreed trade deal showed the EU poultry sector “had clearly been sacrificed”, as it was double the amount offered at the end of 2017 and agreed by member states. Closing the ‘batman cut’ loophole Mr Lopez also criticised. Read more...

Russians become fatter than Europeans

  • 14 Oct 09:33

Russians become fatter than Europeans Rospotrebnadzor, Russian federal service responsible for the supervision of consumer rights protection and human well-being published the statistics on the number of overweight and obese people in Russia. It turned out that more than half of people over 30 years old have such problem. At the same time, from 15 to 25% of the European population has weight problems. In Russia, their number increased 2.3 times over the past seven years. This, in turn, provokes an increase in the number of serious diseases like diabetes, malignant neoplasms and diseases of the cardiovascular system, RIA Novosti news agency reports. Besides, severe obesity reduces life expectancy by an. Read more...